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9:19 AM CDT on September 12, 2013

    • Over 60 Workers Could Lose Jobs in Money-Saving CTA Reorg (RedEye, Sun-Times)
    • Man Who Left Friend at Fatal Crash Negatively Compared to 9/11 Heroes (Tribune)
    • Fallen Cyclist Bobby Cann to Be Memorialized With Street Sign at Crash Site (RedEye)
    • Naperville Man Arrested for Driving 124 MPH (Tribune)
    • Yet Another Metra Board Member Leaving in Wake of Scandal (Tribune)
    • City Council Passes Ordinance Allowing Police to Impound Litterbugs' Cars (Tribune)
    • Waguespack and Moreno Propose E-Bike Regulations (RedEye)
    • Some People Don't Want to Switch to Ventra (DNA)
    • Research Shows More Women Are Drinking and Driving (Tribune)
    • Evanston Stages Its First Ciclovia (Active Trans)
    • Visiting Chicago? Three Words: Ride the 'L' (Columbus Dispatch)

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