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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, December 14

9:00 AM CST on December 14, 2021

    • Police: Man, 62, found dead at Arlington Park Metra station, no evidence of foul play (AHC)
    • Driver ran a red in Park Manor, hit another vehicle, critically injured pedestrian, and struck building (CBS)
    • Police: Father drove drunk, crashed car, breaking son's leg, and abandoned child at a store (FOX)
    • Police officer injured in collision with another driver in Park Manor (CBS)
    • Bike Lane Uprising blockaded construction site where workers were using Clinton bike lane for loading zone
    • Learn more about advocates honored at Active Transportation Alliance's annual meeting
    • Meet Active Transportation Alliance super-volunteer Kevin Crowley
    • 22-story mixed-use building with 279 apartments, 173 spots rising near IMD station (YIMBY)
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