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Today’s Headlines for Monday, September 12

    • ATA testifies at CMAP hearing that the agency's support for road widening contradicts its own policies
    • 2 men killed in wrong-way crash on 2000 block on N. DLSD early Sunday morning (ABC)
    • Motorcyclist killed in crash with other vehicle on Dan Ryan near 39th Street (ABC)
    • 4 pedestrians critically injured by SUV driver after argument near Brickyard Mall (ABC)
    • 3 children critically injured in 3-car crash on I-294 near Northborook (NBC)
    • 4 injured, 1 critically, after driver rear-ends IDOT maintenance truck on Dan Ryan near Cermak (WREX)
    • Sun-Times columnist Laura Washington: Why I loved, and now fear, the CTA
    • Man, 30, dead, another man, 40, critically wounded in shooting outside Cermak-Chinatown Red Line station (FOX)
    • CPD releases photos of suspects wanted in armed robbery on Orange train at LaSalle/Van Buren (ABC)

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