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Today’s Headlines for Friday, September 25

9:00 AM CDT on September 25, 2020

    • Tribune takes a deep-dive into how COVID has affected Chicago travel patterns
    • Agencies: Overnight 'L' trains, weekend Metra service in danger if federal aid isn't provided (Crain's)
    • Police: Women, 83 killed in Chatham after accidentally hitting gas instead of brakes (Sun-Times)
    • Man, 25, seriously injured in shooting on CTA Red Line platform in Englewood (NBC)
    • After some neighbors complain, city removes colorful graffiti along 606 (Block Club)
    • Lyric Opera will hold drive-through performances in its parking garage (Sun-Times)
    • John discusses the South Shore Line's "Mask Optional Car policy on WGN Radio

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