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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, October 28

10:52 AM CDT on October 28, 2020

    • Lightfoot hopes to persuade Pritzker to lift Chicago indoor dining ban (PBS)
    • Hyde Park Herald looks at what the South Cook Fair Transit pilot means for the neighborhood
    • Trump got $270M in debt forgiven when his Chicago tower proved a disappointment (NYT)
    • Car crash caused power outage in Northbrook Tuesday afternoon, no injuries (ABC)
    • CTA is blocking mural honoring Brandon McGhee, 23, killed by Armitage/Western stop (Block Club)
    • WTTW checks out the new Bike Lane Uprising app
    • The South Side's 1st Black-owned running shop has opened, and it's a hit (Block Club)
    • Biking keeps residents of senior home by Fox river Trail active during pandemic (Patch)

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