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Today’s Headlines for Friday, October 18

9:00 AM CDT on October 19, 2018

    • Connie Mangrum, 52, Killed in Possibly Intentional Englewood Hit-and-Run (ABC)
    • Oak Forest Officer Run Over, Pedestrian Struck by Carjacking Suspect (Sun-Times)
    • New York Times: Chicago's 'L' System Renovations Offer a Role Model for NYC
    • Pace, Metra Reps Present 2019 Budget Proposals to Will County Board (Herald News)
    • Regional Transportation Authority Is Conducting a Customer Satisfaction Survey (ABC)
    • In Response to Cold Snap, CTA Turns on Platform Heat Earlier Than Usual (CBS)
    • 20th Ward Aldermanic Candidate Puts Fake Parking Tickets on Cars (Block Club)
    • Fundraiser for Annie Byrne, Injured BFF Bikes Owner 10/23, 6 PM at Map Room

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