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Today’s Headlines for Friday, September 3

    • Developer touts benefits of One Central "transit hub," widely viewed as a boondoggle (Crain's)
    • More coverage of plan to improve safety at Logan/Western in the wake of 2 cyclist deaths (Block Club, CBS)
    • Residents weigh in on the new traffic diverters on Logan and Kedzie boulevards (Block Club)
    • SUV driver fatally struck Tyler Eberly, 15, on skateboard in Plainfield (Sun-Times)
    • Delivery driver fatally struck female pedestrian in Niles alley (CBS)
    • State trooper, 2 others injured in crash at 79th/Vincennes in Chatham (CBS)
    • Hit-and-run, intoxicated driver who injured 3 people, 2 critically, gets misdemeanor (CBS)
    • Chinese American Service League: Remap should create a new Chinese-majority ward (Sun-Times)
    • Rodriguez-Sanchez: Developer is trying to rush project to avoid affordability requirements (Block Club)
    • Englewood neighbors unhappy about plan for gas station at vacant land at 6700 S. Halsted (Block Club)
    • U. of C. is building yet another parking garage (Urbanize)

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