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9:16 AM CDT on April 15, 2013

    • Anti-Parking Petition Helps Lead to Garage-Free, Pro-Transit Wrigley Deal (Tribune, Sun-Times)
    • CTA Preps for Red Line Rehab, One Month Away (CBS)
    • Illinois House Votes to Cut Benefits for Part-Time Transit Board Members (Tribune)
    • New West Entrance Opens at Loyola Red Line Stop (Tattler)
    • An Analysis of CDOT's New Complete Streets Guide (BWLP)
    • Man Killed in Washington Park Truck/Car Crash (Tribune, Sun-Times)
    • Man Dies After Crashing Into Fence, Building in West Humboldt Park (Tribune)
    • 8 Injured in Humboldt Bus Crash; 5 Hurt in Brighton Park Pileup (Tribune)
    • Man Drinks 14 Beers, Crashes Into Police SUV in Gold Coast (Tribune, Sun-Times)
    • Driver Charged With Reckless Homicide After Fatal DUI Crash in Austin (Tribune)
    • Hyde Park School Uses Bikes to Power Computers and Sewing Machines (DNA)
    • Couple Making Out at CTA Bus Shelter Like It's Paris or Something (Onion)

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