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Full-route Blue Line service started again in time for Sunday's marathon (ABC)

• Man, 53, drives south in northbound lanes of 2900 south block of DLSD Friday about 11:50 PM, killing male passenger of another car, 29 (Sun-Times)

• Wrong-way driver dies after hitting another vehicle Saunday around 4:45 AM in northbound lanes of Dan Ryan near 26th (ABC)

• 4 CPD officers among 9 injured in Washington Park crash while pursuing double shooting suspects, 3 of the officers critically injured (ABC)

• Image released of silver sedan whose hit-and-run driver seriously injured pedestrian Saturday about 9 PM in the 4700 block of West Lake (FOX)

• CPD releases images of 2 suspects in armed robbery Monday, 10/2 just after 1:20 AM at Green Wabash station (ABC)

• Detectives seek to identify man who shattered CTA driver's protective glass while demanding to be let off bus early at 600 S. Austin (CBS)

Pace, Lake County, and local officials celebrate improved access to Round Lake area On Demand service

• Editorial: Danger! Ald. Ray Lopez (15th) thinks Little Free Libraries are coming for your children! (Sun-Times)

• Alders LaSpata (1st) and Hadden (49th) stall Lopez's ordinance to ban individuals from installing Little Free Libraries on city property (Block Club)

• Everything you ever wanted to know about Metra's EMD F40C diesel locomotives (Classic Trains)

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