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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, September 4

    • Police Arrested Anti-Violence Protesters Who Tried to March on the Kennedy (Tribune)
    • On-Duty Sergeant in CPD's Mass Transit Unit Found Dead From Apparent Suicide (Sun-Times)
    • Police Chase After Stop for Expired Plate Tags Ends With 4 Children Critically Injured (WGN)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Critically Injured Male Pedestrian in Old Irving Park (Sun-Times)
    • Cabbie and Ride-Share Driver Crash Outside Navy Pier, Injuring 7 Pedestrians (Patch)
    • No Citations for CTA Bus Driver Who Ran Over Man's Leg in Humboldt Park (Sun-Times)
    • In the Wake of Angela Park's Death, CBS Looks at How Construction Zones Endanger Cyclists
    • Op-ed: Blue Line Station Upgrades Are Nice, But Escalators and Elevators Are Needed (Tribune)
    • Union Station Developer Is Going Back to the Drawing Board (Curbed)
    • Design Museum Curator Discusses Chicago's History as a Bike Industry Capital (Newcity)
    • 10 Local Bike Trails You Can Access Via CTA or Metra (Curbed)
    • That New Metal Box on the North/Damen Platform Is an Office, Not a Pizza Oven (Block Club)

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