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    • CTA Reducing or Cutting Bus Service on 9 Routes (Tribune)
    • Two Fees Dropped From Ventra Prepaid Debit Card (Tribune)
    • Looking at the Pros and Cons of Ventra (Active Trans)
    • Concerns About Diesel Fumes As Englewood Rail Yard Plan Advances (Tribune, Sun-Times)
    • Green Line Riders Complain About Weekend Construction (DNA)
    • Quinn Announced $34 Million Rebuild of Bishop Ford Feeder Ramp (Tribune)
    • Jury Awards $8 Million to Family of Woman Fatally Struck on I-294 (Tribune)
    • Teen Charged With Reckless Homicide After Apparent Drag Racing Death (Tribune)
    • Man Dies After Crashing Car Into Loop 'L' Beam (Tribune, Sun-Times)
    • Man in Critical Condition After Crashing Into Humboldt Park Light Pole (Sun-Times)
    • 1 Hospitalized After Mag Mile Crash (Tribune)

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