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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, September 13

9:15 AM CDT on September 13, 2022

    • Hit-and-run driver fatally struck Eric Ray, 59, at 79th/MLK in Chatham Monday night (ABC)
    • Driver killed male pedestrian early Monday morning at Ogden/Yackey in Lisle, fled the scene (ABC)
    • Senior driving an SUV strikes another vehicle at Howard/Caldwell in Niles, seriously injuring the other motorist (CBS)
    • Man gets 65 years for fatally shooting Dwayne Young, 38, over a minor rear-end crash in Waukegan (LMCS)
    • Friends remember Sam Bell, 44, killed on bike by driver who failed to yield, ghost bike installation planned (Block Club)
    • After woman was struck by police officer in 2019, activist notches legal victory that could result in $720K ruling (Sun-Times)
    • Possible national freight railroad strike could shut down multiple Metra lines (CBS)
    • Kam Buckner holds listening session, including bike/ped issues, tonight from 5-6:30 PM at Edge Theater, 5451 N. Broadway
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