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9:00 AM CST on February 11, 2013

    • Tribune Picks Up the News That IDOT Is Blocking Protected Bike Lanes
    • Keith Holt and Eboni Hawkins Join New LAB Bike Equity Council (Active Trans)
    • City Orders Audit of Red Light Camera Company Amid Allegations of Corruption (Tribune)
    • Carl Sandburg High Athletic Director Killed in Single-Car Crash in Carol County (Tribune, Southtown)
    • Man in Critical Condition After North Aurora Crash (Herald)
    • Taxi Driver Causes Three-Car Crash in Lincoln Park; Three Hurt (DNA)
    • Suspect Crashes at 79th and Ashland During Police Chase; Two Hurt (Tribune)
    • Woman, Baby Hurt in Car-Freight Train Crash (Tribune, RedEye)
    • Chicago's Shared-Cost Sidewalk Program Gets 25 Percent More Funding (DNA)
    • Civic User Testing Group Members Get Paid to Try Out Municipal Smart Phone Apps (Gapers Block)

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