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Today’s Headlines for Friday, October 12

    • Pace Head T.J. Ross Is Retiring and 2019 Budget Includes Service Cuts (Tribune)
    • Wronski Looks at ON TO 2050's Recommendation to Raise Gas Tax, Add VMT Fee
    • Driver Who Struck Man on Lawnmower While Fleeing Another Crash Charged (NBC)
    • SUV Driver Charged With DUI After Crashing Into Oak Park Storefronts (Tribune)
    • Unlicensed Driver Flees on Foot After Crash in Front of Chicago Theater (ABC)
    • Boy, 8, Goes Missing Near North/Clybourn, Is Found at Howard Station (ABC)
    • Cyclocross Racing Returns to Capentersville This Sunday (Tribune)

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