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9:02 AM CDT on October 1, 2013

    • Nobody Was at Controls of Blue Line Car That Crashed, Injuring 33 (Tribune, CBS, NBC)
    • Witness to Blue Line Crash: "Big Boom and Then Everybody Flew" (Tribune)
    • Preckwinkle Taps Former CTA V.P. for Metra Board (Sun-Times)
    • Teen Driver Who Killed Man on Victim's Birthday Tested Positive for Pot (Tribune)
    • Arlington Heights Man Arrested on 7th DUI (Tribune)
    • State Troopers Ticket 135 Distracted Drivers on the Kennedy (Tribune, DNA)
    • Customers Have Negative Ventra Balances Despite Having Money on Card (Ventra)
    • Repaving of Central LSD Began Last Night (DNA)
    • After Requests From Residents, Push-to-Walk at Ashland/Leland Removed (Transitized)

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