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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, November 16

8:48 AM CST on November 16, 2022

    • Is Mayor Lightfoot frittering away any goodwill she had left from bike riders? (Block Club)
    • Energy & Wire talks with Gabe Klein, ex-CDOT chief overseeing $7.5B for EVs
    • ISP chase after driver of carjacked vehicle ends in crash near 75th/Dan Ryan; trooper injured (ABC)
    • Chicago police say violent crime on CTA is decreasing but warn passengers to stay alert (FOX)
    • Police, CTA officials offer riders safety tips ahead of holiday shopping season (WTTW)
    • Metra trains briefly halted after gas leak at Millennium Station (FOX)
    • looks at Metra's new, already outdated, 6-axel locomotives
    • Will the real Dorval R. Carter Jr. Twitter account please stand up? (NBC)
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