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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, September 29

    • Groundbreaking for OPC, including pedestrianization of Cornell, widening of Stony, DLSD (Block Club)
    • CDOT website tracks the Jackson Park transportation changes, which will use $174M in state funds
    • Despite calls for police chase reforms after 2020 death, there have been more chases this year (CBS)
    • Hit-and-run driver killed woman, 52, waiting for bus, injured man, baby in car in Auburn Gresham (ABC)
    • Man, 27, found dead on  Clark/Division Red Line platform Tuesday morning (CBS)
    • DePaul's Joe Schwieterman discusses the Empire Builder derailment that took 3 lives (ABC)
    • South Side Critical Mass meets this Friday 10/1, 5:45 PM at Nichols Park, 55th and Kimbark

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