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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, December 7

9:30 AM CST on December 7, 2017

    • Stricter rule for Counting People Sleeping on CTA Impacts Official Homelessness Count (Sun-Times)
    • 4 Injured in Shooting Near Uptown's Wilson Station (Tribune)
    • New Awareness Campaign for Law Requiring Drivers to Pass First Responders Safely (CBS)
    • Griffin, Who Gave $12M for for LFT Separation, Is Donating $3M for 50 Mini Soccer Fields (Tribune)
    • Federal Review Could Hold Up Construction of 800-Foot Riverfront Office Tower (Curbed)
    • Historic Review Sets Back Plan for Affordable Apartments Near Pullman 111th Street Stop (Curbed)
    • SUMC Webinar: "Marketing Successful Mobility on Demand Pilot Projects" 12/13, 1 PM

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