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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, October 2

9:39 AM CDT on October 2, 2018

    • $132M U.S. DOT Grant for Chicago's CREATE Anti-Rail Congestion Program (Roads & Bridges)
    • Police Chase Ends With Child and 2 Adults Dead, 3 Injured in Englewood (Tribune)
    • 24-Year-Old Man Shot and Killed While Walking on Loyola Park Bike Path
    • Metra Cited as Model for Preventing Train Deaths, With 104 Recent Suicide Interventions (Herald)
    • Signal Problems Caused up to 45-Minute Delays on BNSF Trains Today (Tribune)
    • Renovation of Libertyville's Downtown Station Starts Thursday (Tribune)
    • Metra Closing 103rd Street Ticket Office Due to Declining On-Site Sales (Patch)
    • Long Grove Covered Bridge Reopens After Truck Crash, Minus the Cover (Tribune)
    • Urban Juncture, Next to 51st Station, Is in the Running for $150K in Rehab Money (
    • "Pedal Power" Bike Drive for CPS Students 10/27 at Stemples Cycle Center in Elmhurst (Patch)

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