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Today’s Headlines for Monday, November 1

9:00 AM CDT on November 1, 2021

    • Fans say Metra upgrades, road changes needed if Bears move to Arlington Heights (Tribune)
    • 2 killed, 4 injured in two-vehicle crash near 82nd and Stony Island (WGN)
    • Pedestrian fatally struck on I-290 near Laramie in North Lawndale (ABC)
    • Car passenger punches out senior on bike, Jeep driver runs over his head (ABC)
    • CPD: 5 boys among Evergreen Park carjacking suspects arrested after Loop crash (ABC)
    • Zoning approved for development by Morgan stop with 282 units, 28 affordable, 89 spots (YIMBY)
    • Mixed-use, 11-story building with 34 parking spots is rising at 345 N. Morgan (YIMBY)

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