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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, November 25

9:06 AM CST on November 25, 2020

    • Driver killed Justin Fanslau, 51, in Hammond grocery store lot and fled the scene (NWI Times)
    • Officer suffered severe facial injuries after being dragged by driver during traffic stop (CBS)
    • Multiple crashes reported on Dan Ryan expressway as slick conditions continue (CBS)
    • Police seeking man wanted for phone robbery on CTA train in Bronzeville (Fox)
    • Bus drivers wouldn't let passenger on shirtless w/ mask, let him on mask-less w/ shirt (HPH)
    • ATA: The Rte. 53 extension was a bad idea -- let's make sure it never happens
    • Need a gift idea -- how about a used bike or accessories from West Town? (Block Club)
    • Volunteers sought for December 5 Humboldt Boulevard cleanup event (Block Club)

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