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Today’s Headlines for Monday, November 28

    • Transit consultant Ed Zotti: Red Line extension is too expensive and we should upgrade MED instead (Crain's)
    • Decades after Racine Green Line station closed, Englewood activists renew push to reopen it (Sun-Times)
    • Wrong-way driver slams into several cars at 87th/Cottage Grove, killing self and passenger and injuring 16 bystanders (CNN)
    • SUV driver, 71, veers off 400 block of East Northwest Highway in Des Plaines onto sidewalk, killing woman, 42, and man, 80 (Herald)
    • CPD releases image of pickup truck whose driver struck pedestrian at 2559 S. Drake Ave. in North Lawndale (FOX)
    • Hit-and-run driver strikes another vehicle on 3100 block of West Fullerton in Logan Square, injuring the other motorist (NBC)
    • Letter: Trial lawyer uses CTA crime as an excuse to slam Illinois' Safe-T Act bail reform measure (Sun-Times)
    • Here are the schedules for the CTA holiday train and bus, which are running now (NBC)
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