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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, October 17

9:18 AM CDT on October 17, 2017

    • City Tout's Chicago's Transportation Network in Official Amazon Bid (Tribune)
    • Teen Crash Deaths in IL Have Dropped by Half Since '07, Graduated Licenses Credited (Tribune)
    • CBS Looks at Active trans' Bike Walk Every Town Suburban Advocacy Training Program
    • Man Who Was Pushed Onto 'L' Tracks Identifies Suspect in Court as His Attacker (Tribune)
    • CTA Bus Windows Have Been Struck by BB Gun Pellets in 4 Separate Attacks on South Side (DNA)
    • Roughly 100 Residents Showed up to Weigh in on the Jeff Park Master Plan (DNA)
    • City Is Cleaning up Riverwalk After Record 4.19 Inches of Rain Saturday (DNA)
    • SRAM Makes Crain's List of 10 Most Innovative Chicago Companies
    • East Dundee Seeks Food Vendor to Operate Out of Old Caboose on Fox River Trail (Tribune)

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