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Today’s Headlines for Monday, November 30

8:54 AM CST on November 30, 2020

    • City dismissed red-light camera tickets against Mayor Lightfoot’s security detail (Tribune)
    • Hit-and-run driver killed Eliseo Mendoza, 86, in Little Village (ABC)
    • Driver struck another motorist, then killed man on sidewalk in Burnside (CBS)
    • Man who died after police found him fallen from bike in Humboldt was stabbed to death (ABC)
    • Driver critically injured boy on skateboard in Evanston (Sun-Times)
    • Man in serious condition after being pushed in front of Red Line train (NBC)
    • Argyle merchants brace for business disruption due to Red Line reconstruction (Sun-Times)
    • Chicago’s winter overnight parking ban begins Tuesday (Tribune)
    • Keating Law will match donations to Equiticity's end of year campaign up to $1,000
    • FOIAed emails: Metra deputy director referred to SSL Mask Optional Car as "dumb ass car" (Vice)
    • Cosmic Bikes co-owner saves Bike Shop Day, planning socially distanced version on 12/5 (BRAIN)

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