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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, November 30

9:10 AM CST on November 30, 2017

    • Elon Musk (Who Blocked SBC on Twitter) Tweets That He Will Compete for O'Hare Express (Endgadget)
    • Emanuel Comments on CTA Budget, Blames Fare Hike on State Cuts (Sun-Times)
    • Active Trans Also Blames the CTA Fare Hike on State Legislators
    • Lawyers Play Emanuel's Code-of-Silence Speech at Hearing on Cop's Fatal DUI (Tribune)
    • Driver Hospitalized After Crashing Into Carol Stream Home (CBS)
    • Suspect in Wicker Park Attack Turns Himself in After CTA Security Images Released (ABC)
    • More Metra, Amtrak Delays Expected Today Following Yesterday's Derailment (Sun-Times)
    • Bourbonnais Is Renewing Push for Pedestrian Bridge (Daily Journal)
    • A CTA Bus Bike Rack Failed and My Bike Got Damaged -- Here's What Happened Next (Chainlink)
    • December Events on the Lakefront Trail (Active Trans)

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