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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, December 1

9:06 AM CST on December 1, 2020

    • Chicago aldermen weigh in on the idea of Rahm Emanuel as USDOT chief (Associated Press)
    • Letter: Rahm Emanuel lacks "character and moral rectitude" to be USDOT chief (Tribune)
    • Zachary Plantz, 27, advisor to Dan Lipinski, killed in Florida crash on Thanksgiving morning (ABC)
    • Hit-and-run driver injures state trooper on Kennedy Expressway (CBS)
    • CBS looks at crash statistics for Lake Shore Drive's Oak Street curve
    • Cyclist hit by waves on LFT near Oak yesterday; here's our inland detour map (ABC)
    • CDOT has started work on the new 43rd Street bike/ped bridge over LSD (Block Club)
    • 88-unit, all-affordable/CHA, LGBT-friendly housing development opens in Logan (Block Club)

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