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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, November 9

    • Frankie Willis, 82, fatally struck by driver in the 4400-block of West 95th Street in Oak Lawn (ABC)
    • School bus driver crashes into yard in Chicago's Gresham neighborhood (FOX)
    • Des Plaines River Trail work begins with erosion control fencing, plus a new pedestrian bridge and boardwalk (Block Club)
    • Sampen: UM coverage mandated for pedestrians, despite policy language to the contrary (Law Bulletin)
    • General Iron’s Lincoln Park facility will soon be demolished; alder vows no repeat of Hilco disaster (Block Club)
    • NASCAR seeks founding partners for Chicago street-circuit race (Biz Journal)
    • The sharing economy finds its way to upscale Chicago apartment buildings (Forbes)
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