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Today’s Headlines for Monday, November 19

9:27 AM CST on November 19, 2018

    • Hopes Rise for Amtrak Service to Quad Cities and Dubuque (Tribune)
    • Driver Fatally Struck Eloy Comacho, 67, in West Garfield Park (Sun-Times)
    • Family of Willy Gonzalez, 38, Killed at Ashland/Augusta, Say Driver Hit Him Intentionally (WGN)
    • CTA Bus Driver Strikes Man, 80, at Madison/Pulaski (CBS)
    • Suspect in Assault on Cyclists Arrested After Residents Help ID Him (Block Club)
    • ... Alleged Assailant's Bond Set at $5K, Next Court Date Scheduled for Tuesday (Tribune)
    • Workers Install Pedestrian Bridge at 95th Street Red Line Station (CBS)
    • After 7 Years of Pushing by Residents, Ped Island Installed by Avondale-Logan School (Block Club)
    • Family That Wants to Install Garage for Teen With Wheelchair Told to Wait a Month (Block Club)
    • When the Eisenhower Expressway Moved in, Who Was Forced Out? (WBEZ)
    • In 1921 You Could Ride an Elevated Train From the Stockyard to the Lakefront (Reddit)
    • Emanuel and Griffin Host Lakefront Chill 5K to Celebrate End of LFT Path Separation Project

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