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Today’s Headlines for Monday, October 28

6:58 AM CDT on October 28, 2019

    • Lori to Crain's: I'm still against the plan for cheap, frequent South Side Metra service
    • Driver killed after crashing into McCormick Place during drag race (NBC)
    • IDOT contractor fatally struck by minivan driver while working on roadside (ABC)
    • At least 9 people, including multiple children, injured in crash at 48th and Michigan (CBS)
    • Woman grazed, man shot exiting CTA bus in Park Manor (Sun-Times)
    • Normal Red Line service resumes after reroute due to reports of smoke at Grand (Sun-Times)
    • Tribune: Why the State Street pedestrian mall was a failure -- or was it?

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