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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, October 28

    • 9 weeks into school year, nearly 4K CPS students still without reliable transportation (Block Club)
    • Vigil held for Gionvanni Leon, 7, fatally struck on Chicago Heights 4-lane next to playing field (ABC)
    • John Deere worker fatally struck while walking to picket line in Milan, NW Illinois (ABC)
    • Young father seriously injured after driver of stolen car ran red in Roseland speaks out  (ABC)
    • Man on bike, 32, struck and critically injured by driver near Grand/DLSD (Sun-Times)
    • Man, 45, stabbed in face with broken bottle on Blue Line near Chicago Ave. last night (CBS)
    • Habitat for Humanity seeks help building homes for veterans (Block Club)
    • Celebrate the season by taking a bike ride around allegedly haunted Graceland Cemetery (Block Club)

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