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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, September 25

9:41 AM CDT on September 25, 2018

    • Alberto Bocanegra, 39, Killed After Confronting Driver Who Struck Woman on Group Ride (CBS, ABC)
    • Boy, 15, Turns Himself in for Hit-and-Run Crash That Killed Cyclist, 67, Near Trail (CBS)
    • John Talks With CBS Chicago About the Recent Bike Crash and Injury Epidemic
    • Cop Endangers People By Driving the Wrong-Way Down Streets to Write Tickets (CBS)
    • Bus Drivers Rally for Safer Working Conditions; Attackers Charged With Felonies (Sun-Times)
    • Navy Pier Flyover Project Misses Another Deadline, Is Delayed Once Again (WBEZ)
    • MDOT Makes Case for 2nd Daily Amtrak Run From Twin Cities to Chicago (Star Tribune)
    • Metra Launches 13th Annual Train Safety Poster and Essay Contest (Herald Courier)

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