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    • CDOT Planning 16 Miles of Bikeways for Installation by May 2013 (Active Trans)
    • More Than Half of US States Have Set "Zero Deaths" Traffic Safety Goals (Tribune)
    • $10 Million in TIF Funding Will Be Used in $25 Million Bryn Mawr Station Rehab (Tattler)
    • Driver Kills 1, Injures 2 in Cragin DUI (Tribune)
    • Police Shoot Man Who Tries to Run Over an Officer in Humboldt Park (Tribune)
    • 2 Teens Killed in Antioch SUV Crash (Tribune)
    • 2 Injured, 1 critically in Lincoln Park Crash early Sunday Morning (Sun-Times)
    • 6 Injured When Woman Drives South in Northbound Lanes of LSD in Lakeview (DNA)
    • CTA Cell Phone Safety Tips (RedEye)
    • "Smith Park Snow Angel" Plows Neighbors Sidewalks (DNA)

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