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Today’s Headlines for Monday, August 24

9:05 AM CDT on August 24, 2020

    • Man charged with the stabbings of four homeless men on CTA and in Grant Park (ABC)
    • Driver killed cyclist Jan Kopec, 83, Friday 6 PM in the 5100 block of S. Archer (Sun-Times)
    • Ashburn doughnut shop asks for public’s help after van driver smashes into storefront (Block Club)
    • ATA looks at mobility in the time of COVID-19 in the north and west suburbs
    • $10 all-day Metra pass staying on sale through Halloween (CBS)
    • New trail will link Arlington Heights to Buffalo Creek preserve (Daily Herald)
    • Pilsen organization will host a Driver’s License Reinstatement Expo on Sept. 12 (Block Club)

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