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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, November 2

9:03 AM CDT on November 2, 2021

    • Friends, colleagues remember Adé Hogue; Vigil planned tonight 6 PM at Grand/LFT (Block Club)
    • 3 officers among 4 people injured in crash on 300 block of North Laramie (ABC)
    • SUV driver crashed into front desk of Skokie medical spa (CBS)
    • ATA calls for more physical protection, better maintenance on Chicago bikeways (Block Club)
    • CDOT installs 3 pedestrian islands near The 606, neighbors want more traffic calming (Block Club)
    • CTA debuts new yellow-and-blue Sky train on Green Line to honor WNBA champs (WGN)
    • Work to extend Peoria's Rock Island Greenway about 30% completed (PJ Star)

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