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Today’s Headlines for Friday, December 8

9:30 AM CST on December 8, 2017

    • O'Hare Terminal Expansion Plan Lands Emanuel on Crain's Best Leaders of 2017 List
    • City Inspector Joe Ferguson Blasts Chicago's 10-Year Contract for Truck Drivers (Chicago Newsroom)
    • City, Federal Approval Needed for Plan to Spread O'Hare Jet Noise Around the Region (Tribune)
    • Man Robbed, Sexually Assaulted Woman at Cicero Blue Line Station (Tribune)
    • Park Ridge Man Charged With DUI That Hurt 2 Sheriff's Deputies (Tribune)
    • Train Derailed Near Lake Street Last Night, Causing Southbound Red Line Reroute (NBC)
    • After $185M Settlement for Woman Injured by Bus Shelter CBS Locates Other Unstable Shelters
    • Park District Presents 3 Unique Plans for Jackson Park, South Shore Cultural Center (Tribune)
    • Want to Cut Your Commuting Bill? Walk, Bike, Take Transit, or Carpool (NBC)
    • Col. Pritzker's Anti-TOD With 50 Units, 73 Spots Ready to Ride Next to Morse Stop (Curbed)
    • New Parking App Identifies Spots in Private, Gated Garages (Crain's)
    • Melissa Zammit, Racer on The Chainlink Team, Featured in Bicycling Magazine

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