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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, September 12

    • New Proposal for Union Station Replaces Apartments With a 1.5-Acre Park (Crain's)
    • BMO Harris Is in Talks to Anchor New Union Station Office Tower (Tribune)
    • Man Sexually Assaulted Woman on Forest Park Branch of the Blue Line (CBS)
    • Photos Released of Car in S. Chicago Hit-and-Run That Killed Robert Davis, 50 (Sun-Times)
    • Naperville Businessman Accused of Threatening Construction Worker With SUV (Tribune)
    • MED Line Electrical Failures Caused Delays at Millennium Station (CBS)
    • Horse-Drawn Carriages Could Be Banned From Chicago (Block Club)
    • TOD Next to Congress Theater Would Have 30% Affordable Units (Block Club)
    • "No Bikes" Signs Have Been Installed on the Old Lakefront Trail N. of Montrose (Chainlink)

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