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    • Due to "Potential Conflicts" Ex-Prosecutor Won't Be Doing Metra Probe (Tribune)
    • Public Meeting Next Week on Broadway Protected Bike Lanes (Active Trans)
    • Emanuel Says $500 Million Investment Will Modernize Port of Chicago (Tribune)
    • Photo Campaign Make the Case for Bringing Back 31st Street Bus (DNA)
    • Brown Line Kimball Station Reopens During Track Work (Tribune)
    • Driver With Expired License Kills 11-Year-Old Girl in Harvey (Tribune)
    • Teenage Driver Fatally Strikes Another Teen on a Skateboard in Mundelein (Tribune)
    • Woman Dies in Crash While Fleeing Logan Square Pepper Spray Attack (Tribune)
    • Pedestrian Critically Injured in Jefferson Park Hit-and-Run (Tribune)
    • Little-Known McCormick Busway is a "Magic Road" (Sun-Times)
    • An Update on the Chicago Bike Messenger Scene (Sun-Times)
    • Steinberg's First Attempt to Use Divvy (Sun-Times)

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