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    • Blue Line Service Back to Normal; No Evidence of Criminal Activity in Crash (Tribune, Sun-Times)
    • Metra, South Shore Trains Moving After Delay Due to Suspicious Package (CBS)
    • City Removing Red Light Cameras From 18 Intersections (DNA, Expired Meter)
    • Hit-and-Run Drivers Injure 2 Pedestrians on Fullerton in Separate Crashes (DNA)
    • Candidate Make Pitches to Cook County Commissioners to Join Metra Board (Sun-Times)
    • Some Englewood Homeowners Don't Want to Sell to Make Room for Railyard (DNA)
    • Battles Over BRT, Pritzker Garage Reflect Different Views of Chicago's Transpo Needs (NBC)
    • CTA Customers Kvetch About Ventra Glitches (Tattler)
    • Nearly New Bikes Moves to 4075 North Broadway in Uptown (Crain's)
    • Wells in Old Town Will Shut Down Tomorrow for "Chicago Fire" Shooting (DNA)

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