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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, November 24

    • Watch CDOT's TV special for World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims here
    • WBEZ looks at plans for spending Illinois' federal infrastructure funding
    • Person shot driver on the Eisenhower, and they crashed into a North Riverside lounge (CBS)
    • People driving on the West Side are the most likely to be pulled over by police (Austin Weekly News)
    • Study using Chicago data: Ride-hail may help reduce alcohol-impaired crashes (EurekAlert!)
    • As Council fights over ward boundaries, a resident-backed map is delivered to City Hall (Block Club)
    • WTTW talks with Michael Salvatore, owner of Heritage Bicycles & Coffee (WTTW)
    • Daily Herald bike columnist recommends books for the cycling enthusiast on your shopping list

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