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9:20 AM CDT on May 3, 2013

    • Preckwinkle Announces $35 Million in Suburban Roadwork (Tribune)
    • CDOT Wrapping Up Wells Street Bridge Work (Tattler)
    • CTA Seeking General Contractor for $203 Million Wilson Station Rehab (DNA)
    • Ruling Will Keep Diesel Fumes From Old Post Office Out of Union Station (Tribune)
    • Metra to Look Into Combining Wi-Fi Cards With Monthly Rail Passes (Sun-Times)
    • Wider Sidewalks, People Spots, Streetcar Proposed for Revitalizing Clark (DNA)
    • No Plans to Extend Milwaukee Protected Lanes Into Wicker Park (Patch)
    • Chicago Has Highest Gas Prices in the Nation (DNA)
    • Norquist To Speak With Hyde Parkers Who Oppose High-Rise Near Metra Stop (DNA)
    • Bicyclist Killed in Crash in Lake County, No Charges Filed (Tribune)

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