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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, October 5

9:20 AM CDT on October 10, 2017

    • Reilly Announces That Construction Is Resuming on Long-Delayed Navy Pier Flyover (DNA)
    • Editorial: Thanks to Feds & State Stiffing Metra, Riders Will Pay More, Get Less Service (Sun-Times)
    • Driver Broke Cyclist Trajan Vivens' Jaw With a Drum During Racially Charged Altercation (DNA)
    • (Warning: Graphic Photo) Crowdfunding Page Launched to Cover Vivens' Medical Expenses
    • Man Charged With Battery After Attacking Woman on Austin Ave. Blue Line Platform (Tribune)
    • Police: Man Who Pushed Stranger Onto Blue Line Tracks Has Been Caught & Charged (DNA)
    • CTA 31st Street Bus Pilot Will Run at Least Until March (Gazette)
    • RTA: Extending Devon Bus to Edgebrook Unlikely Due to "Low-Density" Environment (DNA)
    • Jackson Park Watch Looks to Expand Its Influence on Obama Center Planning (Curbed)
    • 33-Unit TOD Cleared for Lots at Sheridan and Agatite, Near Wilson Station (Curbed)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Knocks Over Light Pole in Front of Wicker Park's Robey Hotel (DNA)

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