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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, December 15

9:03 AM CST on December 15, 2021

    • Driver charged with killing Sophie Allen had multiple DUIs, revoked license, drug convictions (ABC)
    • Darlene Kerber, 61, killed in 3-vehicle Winnetka crash Monday night (Tribune)
    • Semi crash resulted in large amount of honey spilled across I-65 in NW Indiana (ABC)
    • Readers respond to (slightly stupid) Tribune editorial proposing big ideas to address congestion
    • Misericordia hopes Peterson/Ridge stop will bring foot traffic to Hearts and Flour Bakery (CBS)
    • Metra and Marines Reserve hosted Toys for Tots drive at all downtown stations (CBS)
    • CTA Holiday Train makes North Shore stops: "It’s a family tradition" (Tribune)
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