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Today’s Headlines for Monday, October 7

10:08 AM CDT on October 7, 2019

    • The Blue Line resumes normal service this morning (ABC 7)
    • Increasing pickpocketing incidents on downtown trains and platforms (CBS 2)
    • Privately operated bus crashed into bus shelter in Humboldt Park (Sun-Times)
    • WBEZ looks into resolution forbidding aldermen from riding scooters
    • Be on the lookout for deer in the roads, Mary Wisniewski writes (Tribune)
    • Scooter startup Bird estimated value to be $2.5 billion (Fortune)
    • The I-294 pedestrian bridge connecting Hinsdale and Western Springs to be removed (Tribune)

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