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Today’s Headlines for Friday, October 21

    • WGN looks at how Gerardo Marciales' loved ones and advocates spurred CDOT to install concrete medians on DLSD
    • Housing chief Marissa Novara discuses the Connecting Communities eTOD plan with Governing
    • CTA looks to partner with Chicago Department of Family and Support Services to support unhoused riders (Mass Transit)
    • 2 dead after driver speeded passed stoped cars in oncoming lane, struck another vehicle head-on, in Bartlett (WGN)
    • Man, 67, suffers serious, non-life-threatening injuries after a turning driver struck him at Milwaukee/Dempster in Niles (ABC)
    • Paramedics showed up to school bus-car crash at Roosevelt/Canal yesterday afternoon (CBS)
    • White woman charged with hate crime after confronting Black cyclists at Winnetka beach gets probation (Sun-Times)
    • 2,200 housing units near casino site get plan commission’s OK (Sun-Times)
    • What's it like riding Amtrak's Southwest Chief from Chicago to Los Angeles? (Cranky Flier)
    • The group formerly known as The Chicago Transit Authority wins Axios' Battle of the (Chicago) Bands poll
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