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9:01 AM CDT on May 8, 2013

    • Ordinance Would Double Fine for Dooring, Raise Fees for Cycling Violations (Sun-Times)
    • Owner of Rib Joint Says Red Line Shutdown Will Hurt Business (Sun-Times)
    • Maldonado Stopped for Passing on Right, Accuses Cop of Racism (Tribune, Sun-Times)
    • CTA: De-Crowding Plan is Improving Commutes (CTA)
    • City Having Trouble Severing Ties With Troubled Red Light Cam Vendor (Tribune)
    • CTA to Continue Running 4 U. of Chicago Bus Routes (RedEye)
    • Man Involved in Fatal Kane County Crash Had Heroin in System (Tribune)
    • 5, Including 2 Kids, Hurt in Portage Park Crash (Tribune)
    • Belmont/Western Overpass Not Coming Down Anytime Soon (DNA)
    • Repairing Slow Zones Is a Sisyphean Task (Tattler)

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