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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, September 21

    • An estimated 67K people attended Sundays on State, credited with a $12M economic boost (Loop North)
    • Motorcyclist cited after fatally striking man, 74, in Humboldt Park (Sun-Times)
    • Woman, 75, fatally struck by Brown Line at Kedzie, where tracks cross street at grade level (CBS)
    • 4 injured after 3-car crash in West Ridge that shattered CTA bus stop (CBS)
    • SUV driver injured after crashing into currency exchange in West Englewood (CBS)
    • Red Line trains delayed after early morning power outage (CBS)
    • Pace Suburban Bus commits to a zero emissions fleet by 2040 (ATA)
    • Columnist: Since Metra ridership is down 24%, it's a bad time to give Derwinski a 7% raise (Tribune)
    • CVS denied COVID test to MPC staffer Jeremy Glover because he was on bike, not in a car (Block Club)
    • How to ride Amtrak from Chicago to go leaf-peeping (Sierra Club)

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