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    • Red Line, Green Line Riders Not Looking Forward to Sharing Trains During Rehab (DNA)
    • Single CTA Train Rides Could Cost $3 Under Ventra (DNA)
    • CTA Closures Due to Wells Bridge Replacement Start Tonight (RedEye, Sun-Times)
    • Chicago Seeks New Red Light Camera Vendor (Sun-Times)
    • CTA Contractor Suffers Minor Injuries After Touching Third Rail, Causing Brief Delay (Tribune)
    • Oak Lawn Seeks Input On Making 95th Street Ped- and Bike-Friendly (Oak Lawn Patch)
    • New DUI Charges for Man Who Killed Mother, 3 Kids in 1999 Drunk Driving Crash (Sun-Times)
    • At Least One Person Killed in Northbrook Pile-Up (Tribune)
    • Boy, 11, Killed in Kane County Multi-Car Crash (Tribune)
    • Former West Chicago Man Gets 10 Years in Prison for Eleventh DUI (Tribune)
    • Harlem Shake Dance Craze Raises Concerns on CTA Trains (ABC)

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