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    • Driver Who Killed Bobby Cann Has Arraignment This Morning (Kevenides)
    • CMAP Report Disputes IDOT's Numbers About Benefits of Illiana Expressway (Crain's)
    • #Divvyred Bike Is Chicago Unicorn: Ride It For Chance to Win a Free Membership (Tribune)
    • Pink Line Train Slams Into SUV After Driver Tries to Speed Around Crossing Gates (CBS)
    • Chairman O'Halloran is Third Metra Board Member To Resign During Hush Money Scandal (Crain's)
    • Businesses Continue to Misunderstand Benefits of Bus-Only Lanes on Busiest Bus Route (Gazette)
    • CTA's Proposed Seating for 7000-Series Cars Has Fewer Aisle-Facing Seats Than 5000s (Tribune)
    • Busy Lakefront This Weekend: Take the CTA to Lollapalooza, Cubs, Bears Fest (Tattler)
    • Curious City Figures Out What Makes Metra Shut Down in Severe Weather (WBEZ)

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