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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, October 22

    • High waves closed Lakefront Trail between North and Ohio, pedestrian path south of Fullerton (ABC)
    • DUI charges for crash that killed Marko Boskovic, 27, and Laura Uribe, 26, in Clarendon Hills (Tribune)
    • Driver flees after crashing into East Side Subway restaurant (ABC)
    • Fallen tree on Metra tracks delayed multiple lines Monday afternoon (NBC)
    • Neighbors complain that CTA retaining wall repairs at Glenwood Avenue are taking too long (CBS)
    • 9-story office tower with 6 car spaces 46 bike spots proposed next to Chicago Brown/Purple station (Curbed)
    • Active Trans checks out the new riverwalk by the Lathrop Homes redevelopment

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