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Today’s Headlines for Friday, October 27

9:00 AM CDT on October 27, 2017

    • Tribune Endorses IDOT/CMAP Proposal to Widen Highways to Add Tolled Lanes
    • Police Search for Hit-and-Run Driver Who Killed Cyclist Randy Harrison, 19, in Zion (ABC)
    • Driver Fatally Struck Sneh Badhwar, 69, in Des Plaines (Daily Herald)
    • After Felon Approved to Drive, BACP Demands That Lyft Replace Background Checker (Sun-Times)
    • Red Line Trains Briefly Diverted to Downtown Elevated Tracks Due to Power Failure (Sun-Times)
    • Loop 'L' Lines Will Be Rerouted for Randolph Station Demolition This Weekend (DNA)
    • 2-Way PBL Now Open From Davis to Lincoln on Sheridan in Evanston (Daily Northwestern)
    • Meet Chicago's Biking Beekeeper Jana Kinsman (Chicago Reader)
    • West Town Chamber Cycles & Suds Brewery Tour Sunday 10/30 Leaving From Commercial Park
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