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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, December 15

9:20 AM CST on December 15, 2022

    • More coverage of Council vote to approve Red Line extension TIF (Sun-Times, Tribune, CBS, Crain's, Block Club)
    • CTA: New agreement will "streamline and enhance" CTA and Pace Unlimited-Ride Passes in 2023
    • CTA board approves new hiring and retention incentives for bus and rail workers
    • CTA board approves contract to begin 1st phase of track rehab work of Forest Park branch of Blue Line
    • New CTA control and training center planned for Pulaski/Lake in Garfield Park (Transit Chicago)
    • Metra board approved a $33.9M contract to rebuild and make accessible MED 79th, 87th and 103rd stops
    • SUV driver fatally struck male pedestrian in the 1100 block of South Cicero in Austin (Sun-Times)
    • Driver turns self in after striking man, 71, on 2900 block of East 87th and critically injuring him (FOX)
    • Man, 40, shot and injured during argument last night on 79th Street bus in South Shore  (FOX)
    • Church at 835 W. Aldine, near Belmont Red, to be replaced with 37 affordable apts., new church (Block Club)
    • New study asks Uptown residents what kind of development this want near Wilson stop (Block Club)
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