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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, October 14

8:42 AM CDT on October 14, 2021

    • Metra fares hold steady for 2022 but budget shortfall looms as ridership stagnates (Tribune)
    • Box truck driver charged with DUI after causing fiery crash that killed Marvin White, 50, on Kennedy (Sun-Times)
    • Woman survives being randomly pushed onto Cermak Green tracks by man "talking to himself," "distressed" (NBC)
    • Photos released of suspect in assault, robbery on Clark/Division platform (Fox)
    • Timothy Hackett, killed on bike in Park Ridge, remembered as "joyful" person, no citations for driver (Tribune)
    • 56-unit building, 20% affordable, with graffiti wall proposed 6 minutes from Logan California Blue stop (Block Club)
    • Injured vet who found mobility through adaptive bike has distributed 600 adaptive cycles to others (WGN)
    • Daily Herald discusses opportunities to check out fall colors, architecture on your bike

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