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Today’s Headlines for Friday, September 28

10:22 AM CDT on September 28, 2018

    • Congressional Candidates Respond to Active Trans Transportation Questionnaire
    • New CNT Analysis Shows the Economic Benefits of Red Line Extension (Active Trans)
    • Woman Charged With Fatal Hit-and-Run That Killed Brett Beckett, 52, in Antioch (Sun-Times)
    • Video: Al Bocanegra Jr., Murdered After Confronting Driver, Remembered by His Brother (Tribune)
    • Northwestern Grad Student Who Pushed Man Onto 'L' Tracks Gets 3 Years (ABC)
    • Work on Jeff Park Rehab Begins Monday, Including 3-Week Outbound Bypass (Block Club)
    • Kids on Wheels Program Provides On-Bike Education to Youth (Active Trans)
    • Unlike the Yankees, the Cubs Allow Bike Helmets in the Ballpark (Bicycling)
    • DUI Crackdowns in Austin, Morgan Park This Weekend (Block Club)

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