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Today’s Headlines for Friday, September 29

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• Hit-and-run driver fatally struck Annie Kpa, 69, Wednesday around 1:56 AM on Galena Boulevard west of Barnes Road in Aurora (Tribune)

• Security footage shows man shot after dispute on Red Line Thursday just after midnight was on Garfield platform, passengers voice safety concerns (ABC)

• 3 armed thieves in car robbed group of people waiting for bus near 79th and Jeffrey Wednesday in South Shore around 5:10 AM in South Shore (WBBM)

• I-90 crash causes large fuel spill near Ohio Street feeder ramp Thursday morning (ABC)

• Highland Park council endorses downtown Second Street redesign to improve walkability, outdoor dining (Tribune)

NYT's advice to visitors to Chicago: Got 36 hours to spend in the Windy City? Rent a Divvy and check out the Lakefront Trail and the Bloomingdale Trail

• On one September evening for the past 34 years, Loyola history professor Timothy Gilfoyle has led an all-night bike tour of historic Chicago spots (LUC)

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