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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, December 9

    • Tribune data analysis confirms earlier SBC reporting: current CTA delays caused by staffing shortages
    • After SBC called out the Tribune for a car-centric article on traffic jams, new op-ed calls for more transit
    • County official: To build a brighter future, we need greener, more accessible transit (Daily Herald)
    • Police: Elderly driver had "medical event," fatally struck 2 seniors in parking lot, crashed into DMV (CBS)
    • Niles police release images of vehicle whose driver fatally struck Kimball C. Jacks, 68 (Tribune)
    • Target trucker crashes into Deerfield Metra underpass, sheering top off vehicle (CBS)
    • City study will explore ways to make Clark from Montrose to Foster more walkable and vibrant (Block Club)
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