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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, December 8

9:09 AM CST on December 8, 2021

    • ATA honors Lawndale resident Rochelle Jackson, who helped bring back Ogden bus (Block Club)
    • 2 injured, 1 arrested after fiery crash on Oakwood Blvd. near DuSable LSD (ABC)
    • Driver seriously injures man, 27, crossing Touhy in the latest of many Niles bike and ped crashes (Tribune)
    • Evanstonians want the CTA to hurry up and fix crumbling Purple Line infrastructure (CBS)
    • Schaumburg drafts 4-year plan to improve bike-friendliness (Daily Herald)
    • Rail unions seek to block BNSF, Metra vaccine mandates (Trains)
    • Bike-powered potato-based doughnut company is looking to open in Andersonville (Block Club)
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