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Today’s Headlines for Monday, November 29

12:02 PM CST on November 29, 2021

    • Chicago officials say they're optimistic about chances to win big federal infrastructure grants (Tribune)
    • Driver ticketed after fatally striking Kaidon Bell, 14, and critically injuring a girl, 12, in N. Lawndale (ABC)
    • Man died after driving into pole on Hayes Dr., which will be widened as part of Obama Center work (ABC)
    • Teen, 18, robbed, shot and critically wounded while riding bike in Austin, Chicago police say (ABC)
    • Alleged pickpocket stabbed North Ave. bus driver in 2nd stabbing of CTA employee in 2 weeks (NBC)
    • Rail unions countersue Metra over COVID vaccine policy (Progressive Railroading)
    • Wait, what? Smart Cities Dive says Chicago saw a *decrease* in cycling during the pandemic
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