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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, October 18

    • CTA has faced ridership, reliability and safety issues, Pace is set to cut 69 routes suspended due to COVID-19 (WBEZ)
    • Mayoral candidate Ja'Mal Green unveils his plan for the CTA (Crain's)
    • After police tried to pull over driver at Madison/Homan, chase ended with crash that killed 1, injured 2 (WGN)
    • CPD: Police answering shots fired call injured in crash with teen who ran stop sign at 63rd/St. Louis (Tribune)
    • Man faces attempted murder charges after trying to rob a man on Cicero Blue platform, exchanging gunfire with him (FOX)
    • Metra awards contract for Homewood station renovation (Trains)
    • Consultants for Bears say Arlington Park plan won't take away Metra parking (Daily Herald)
    • "We are the robots": City Council approved a Personal Delivery Device food delivery robot pilot program (The Takeout)
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