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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, October 19

9:26 AM CDT on October 19, 2021

    • Man fatally struck by CTA driver near Buena LFT underpass IDed as William Hiebel, 85 (ABC)
    • 2 cops injured, 1 civilian injured after Lexus driver runs red in South Austin (Tribune)
    • Man arrested for alleged hate-crime attack at Argyle stop was accidentally released (NBC)
    • Red Line trains were rerouted due to person on tracks at Harrison having mental health crisis (CBS)
    • Latest Six Corners proposal gets panned for having too many parking lots (Block Club)
    • Rolling street closures today for Chicago Sky victory parade starting at 11 AM (Block Club)
    • Chicago Bike Collective Ride on Friday 11/5, assembling at 6pm at 27th and Halsted

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