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Today’s Headlines for Friday, September 4

9:14 AM CDT on September 4, 2020

    • Reynaldo Soria, 88, killed while walking across LSD at Foster after reported missing (Tribune)
    • Boy, 17, on motorcycle killed in Skokie after driver pulls out of lot into his path (Sun-Times)
    • Rollover crash on LFT -- 2nd car crash at Belmont/LSD this week (Sun-Times)
    • Video shows driver dooring cyclist near Dearborn/Division (FK Law)
    • Yellow Line service resumes after track switching problems in Skokie (Sun-Times)
    • More background on Chicago Bike Routes app, based on John's mellow map (Built in Chicago)
    • MPC hosts its 2020 annual event "Build Back Better" on 9/15 at noon

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