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8:58 AM CST on February 27, 2013

    • Metra to Give Away 14,000 Free Tickets (Tribune)
    • Community Leaders Concerned About Red Line Closure Bring Crime to Green Line (Sun-Times)
    • Man Who Crashes Car Drunk at 142 MPH in Naperville Gets No Jail Time (Tribune)
    • South Chicago Crash Kills One, Injures Two (Tribune)
    • Stuck Snowplow Blocks Trains on Metra's Union Pacific-West Line (Tribune)
    • Oak Park Applies for $250K in CMAQ Grants for Bike Projects (
    • State Senator Proposes Using Denver Boots on Cars Belonging to Debt Scofflaws (Sun-Times)
    • Walter Jacobson Unclear on the BRT Concept (CBS)
    • Alderman Rey Colon Loves and Hates Chicago's "Dibs" Parking Spot Tradition (DNA)
    • Bike 20 Miles Through Slush in a Designer Dress and Four-Inch Heels? No Problem (LGRAB)

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