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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, November 1

    • WTTW talks to #PlowTheSidewalks advocates about their rally for municipal sidewalk clearance
    • Axios (and John): Gubernatorial hopeful Darren Bailey broke the law by canvassing on Lakeview's Belmont 'L' stop platform
    • 2 car occupants killed, 2 seriously injured, after Lexis driver rear-ended school bus in Campton Hills (ABC)
    • 6 injured on 1700 block of W. Augusta after driver fleeing traffic stop struck another car, fled the scene (ABC)
    • Driver crashed into Burnside hair salon, causing building to partially collapse, no reported injuries (ABC)
    • Vasquez rejects a developer’s plan to build 17 apartments at church rectory over affordability, parking concerns (Block Club)
    • WBEZ looks at Working Bikes program to train new mechanics on the South and West sides
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