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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, December 20

8:54 AM CST on December 20, 2018

    • Chicago Contingent Impressed by Musk's Bumpy 12' Wide, 1.14-Mile Tunnel (Sun-Times)
    • Portion of Navy Pier Flyover Opened to the Public (NBC)
    • Park District Announced Completion of Lakefront Trail Separation Work (Curbed)
    • Elgin Woman Killed, 2 Others Injured in 3-Car Crash (Tribune)
    • Man Who Fled Police Charged With Murder in Park Manor Crash That Killed 2 (Sun-Times)
    • Thieves Target Cars by Near West Side CTA Stations (ABC)
    • More Traffic Than Usual Projected for This Holiday Season (Tribune)
    • Police-Heavy Wards See the Fewest Parking Tickets (Block Club)
    • The CTA Has Installed "Urine Shield" Deflectors in Some Corners of CTA Stations (Tribune)
    • Metra Trains Will Run on a Special Schedule for the Holidays (ABC)

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