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9:17 AM CDT on May 10, 2013

    • 24 Aldermen Back Rahm on Meter Deal, 2 Short of Needed Majority (Sun-Times)
    • Emanuel's Spokeswoman Claims Meter Changes Will Not Compensate CPM for Losses (Tribune)
    • CTA Provides Details about 95th Station Rebuild (Sun-Times)
    • Red Line Derailment Near Armitage Causes Delays (Tribune)
    • Driver Found Guilty in Fatal DUI; State's Attorney: "This Was Not a Highway in Iowa" (Sun-Times)
    • Man Charged With Murder Because Police Who Chased Him Fatally Struck Woman (Tribune)
    • City to Raise Fines on Biking Infractions (Chicagoist, Patch)
    • Konkol Sort of Sympathetic About Higher Bike Fines, Kass Twists the Knife
    • Kass Takes Bike Trolling Too Far by Blaming Dooring Victims (Chicago)
    • Tribune Provides Schizo Coverage of Bike Safety Ordinance (Active Trans)
    • How to Get to Sox Games During the Red Line Rehab (RedEye)
    • Developers Are Catering to Cyclists With Bike-Friendly Buildings (Tribune)

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