Today’s Headlines for Monday, October 23

  • City Announces 10 Potential Amazon HQ Sites, Doesn’t Include South Works Site (Sun-Times)
  • Even After Proposed Rid-Share Fee Hike, Uber & Lyft Will Still Be Cheaper Than a Cab (Tribune)
  • 9 People Injured, 3 Critically, When SUV Driver Backs Into Waukegan Restaurant (Fox)
  • “Walk for Noah” Event in Portage Park Honors 2-Year-Old Crash Victim Noah Katz (WGN)
  • 3 Men Robbed at Gunpoint on Grand Red Line Stop Platform (NBC)
  • 81-Year-Old Man Injured in Robbery at Wash/Wab Stop Speaks Out, Suspect Charged (ABC)
  • Cyclist Strikes Pedestrian on LFT at Fullerton After View Blocked by Garbage Truck (Chainlink)
  • CMAP’s LTA Program Will Help Create Regional Bike/Ped Program in NW Suburbs (Herald)
  • Some Local Cemeteries Are Changing Their rules to Allow Biking (WBEZ)
  • Columbia Chronicle Looks at the CTA Cloth Seats Versus Plastic Issue
  • In Honor of Active Trans‘ Move to 35 E. Wacker, Check Out Their 1st Newsletter From 1985
  • Learn About the Leland Greenway Project at ICA Event Thursday 6 PM at 4750 N. Sheridan

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