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Today’s Headlines for Monday, September 19

9:47 AM CDT on September 19, 2022

    • $15M settlement for family of Guadalupe Francisco-Martinez, 37, killed by police pursuing another driver in 2020 (Sun-Times)
    • Teen ran red at 51st/State in Fuller Park and struck another, killing woman, 46, and critically injuring woman, 45 (ABC)
    • 3 injured, including 2 officers, after police collide with other vehicles, hit light pole in grand crossing (ABC)
    • RTA does outreach to transit riders at community events, publishes survey to hear from residents on future of transit
    • Letter calls for express 'L' runs, more lines in expressway medians, Metra turnstiles (Tribune)
    • After protest of plans to repave Belmont in Lakeview w/o robust bike lanes, 44th Ward announced a delay to the project
    • Reagan historian and In these Times president Rick Perlstein has a change of heart on speed cameras
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