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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, October 4

    • WBEZ: The CTA is on a campaign to win back riders. Who’s listening?
    • Driver killed 15-month-old boy on Pulaski in Albany Park and fled, 2nd hit-and-run on Pulaski in the area this week (Block Club)
    • Former ISU administrator Adam Peck died 4 days after being struck by an e-bike rider in campus plaza (KTRE)
    • Peck's death may be the only Illinois ped-bike crash fatality in the past decade, while drivers killed 63 cyclists in Chicago during that time
    • Driver arrested after critically injuring two ISU students on sidewalk in Normal, IL last month (ABC)
    • 2 seriously injured in hit-and-run crash on DLSD near Oak Street early Monday morning (ABC)
    • Is Arlington Heights ready for the traffic of a new Chicago Bears stadium? (Herald)
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