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Today’s Headlines for Friday, December 17

9:01 AM CST on December 17, 2021

    • Top 10 walk/bike/transit stories of 2021 (Active Transportation Alliance)
    • Chicago cop involved in pursuit that killed 2-year-old Danyla Owens now faces dismissal (Sun-Times)
    • Driver charged with DUI after fatally striking pedestrian at Harlem Avenue and I-290 in Oak Park (Tribune)
    • Woman who crashed into Des Plaines River in Forest Park rescued from top of car (ABC)
    • New affordable housing for homeless women and seniors is planned near Red Line stops in Uptown (Block Club)
    • Elmwood Park railroad underpass project continues as $3.1 million released for engineering (Tribune)
    • Hard Rock wants to build casino over Metra tracks as part of One Central development (WGN)
    • Memorial for Jose Velásquez, 16, killed on bike by turning trucker, Saturday 4:45 PM on The 606 at Damen (Chainlink)
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