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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday November 10

    • Ironic: IL speaker blames Hillside Strangler for making him late to presser calling for expanding Ike (Sun-Times)
    • High Speed Rail Alliance: Infra bill offers a path to HSR through a reinvented Metra (Crain's)
    • Hinz looks at the new CTA ridership numbers, notes a bigger return to offices is needed (Crain's)
    • Judge dismisses developer’s lawsuit that challenged 606 trail and Pilsen demolition surcharge ordinance (Block Club)
    • One killed, 2 critically injured in a multi-vehicle crash on the Stevenson near I-355 (ABC)
    • Driver injures child walking with father at intersection next to school with "Stop for Peds" signs (OakPark.com)
    • Driver charged with DUI after striking senior on bike, leaving the scene in Morton Grove (Tribune)
    • 1st Ward PB proposal calls for adding protected lane on Wood between Grand and Ellen (Block Club)
    • Neighbors urge CTA to add portable toilets to Jefferson Park stop to prevent public urination (Block Club)
    • NW-suburban Franklin Park works to limit loud train noises (NBC)
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