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Today’s Headlines for Monday, September 30

9:00 AM CDT on September 30, 2019

    • Last week was a rough one for the CTA, and riders had a lot to say about it (Sun-Times)
    • 9-day O'Hare to Rosemont Blue Line shutdown started Friday, goes through October 7 (ABC)
    • Driver in Woodfield Mall SUV attack charged with terrorism (Tribune)
    • 5 injured in Gresham multi-vehicle attack (Sun-Times)
    • 2 weeks after drivers killed 3 in River North, motorist critically injures man, 51, there (CBS)
    • Turning Uber driver struck Mary McKeever, 73, critically injuring her (Block Club)
    • 2 men wanted for pickpocketing at Loop Blue Line stations (ABC)
    • City of Chicago asks court to dismiss Uber/JUMP's nuisance lawsuit (BRAIN)
    • Glenview trustees rescind contract of company supposed to clean, repair Metra station deck (Tribune)

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– John Greenfield, editor, Streetsblog Chicago

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