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Today’s Headlines for Friday, November 16

10:12 AM CST on November 16, 2018

    • City Considers Wiping Out Ticket Debt for Drivers Whole File for Bankruptcy (ProPublica)
    • Housing Advocates File Federal Complaint Against "Aldermanic Prerogative" (Tribune)
    • An Update on Plans for the Paseo Trail in Pilsen and Little Village (Curbed)
    • Victims of Park Manor Hit-and-Run IDed as Jerome Clopton, 35, and James Moore, 42 (ABC)
    • Driver Who Crashed Into Arlington Heights Police Station Was Doing 104 (Tribune)
    • Scary Scene: Brown Line Doors Open Before Train Arrives at the Platform (CBS)
    • Neighbors Oppose Accessible Garage for Teen in Wheelchair Due to Aesthetics (Block Club)
    • What It's Like Doing Repairs at Open Shop Night at the Recyclery (Treehugger)
    • Donate Your Old Bike Bag, Get 20% off a New One at Timbuk2's Pop-up in Hyde Park
    • Here's the Full CTA Holiday Train and Bus Schedule (NBC)

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