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    • Bus Company to Pay $6.75 Million After Artist, 26, Killed in Right-on-Red Ped Crash (Tribune)
    • CTA Says It Has Ventra Bugs Under Control (ABC)
    • Cook County Commissioners Debate Making Changes to the Metra Board (Tribune, Sun-Times)
    • Editorial: An Interim CEO Is Fine, But Metra Needs a New Board (Tribune)
    • Green Line Service Back on Track After Bomb Scare (Sun-Times)
    • Oak Park Will Apply for Funding for Divvy Bikes (Oak Park)
    • Companies on Tollway Scofflaw Webpage Say Reputations Are Being Unfairly Soiled (Tribune)
    • West Town Bikes Instructor Advocates For BMX Park By the Bloomingdale Trail (RedEye)
    • Cyclists: Please Don't Run Reds on Dearborn; CDOT: Please Install More Lanes Like It (Kevenides)

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