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Today’s Headlines for Monday, November 11

8:59 AM CST on November 11, 2019

    • Tribune editorial: Carla Aiello's death is a remember that drivers need to start seeing bike riders
    • Aiello is remembered by former coworkers: "You couldn’t find a nicer human being" (Cape Cod Times)
    • Pickup truck driver, 16, injured male cyclist, 41, in Lakeview Saturday, left the scene (CBS)
    • Police release photo of vehicle from hit-and-run crash that killed Vincent Tran, 26, last month (ABC)
    • After driver critically injures boy, 5, near Avondale school, residents demand a stop sign (Block Club)
    • Chicago traffic fatalities are down so far this year with 77 so far compared to 108 in 2017 (Tribune)
    • Op-ed from Uber allies makes bogus claim that new fee structure will raise tax 300% on all rides (Crain's)
    • Lack of car parking blamed for failure of Fulton Market food hall a short walk from the 'L' (Block Club)
    • Red Line trains bypassed Grand subway after someone set off fire extinguisher (CBS)

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