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Today’s Headlines for Friday, September 30

8:59 AM CDT on September 30, 2022

    • How May Theilgaard Watts' campaign for the Illinois Prairie Path launched the rails-to-trails movement (Grist)
    • Person killed in 6-vehicle crash at Ogden/Gilbert in Western Springs (Sun-Times)
    • Bike rider from Arlington Heights crash has died and was IDed as Sylwia Wagner Jarosz, 43, (ABC)
    • Dominga Flores, 55, killed in car crash with carjacking suspects in Little Village remembered as "a wonderful mother" (Sun-Times)
    • CPD: Man charged in bottle assault on Red Line at 95th was also involved in armed robbery at 95th the next day (ABC)
    • Burr Ridge trustees agreed to mark crosswalk at 79th/Woodside and try to lower speed limit (Tribune)
    • Black-owned companies seek to close electric transportation gaps in Chicago (Energy News)
    • Pullman And Roseland community bike ride mixing history and Halloween fun on Saturday (Block Club)
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