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    • Claypool Pooh-Poohs Proposal to Combine Transit Agencies Under One Board (Sun-Times)
    • How's the Red Line Running? (RedEye, DNA)
    • Signal Problems Briefly Stop Red Line Service at 63rd (Tribune)
    • Emanuel Calls for Higher Fines for Parking Infractions, Car Towing (Tribune)
    • Couple Killed in Glenview Garbage Crash Owned Korean Restaurant in Chicago (KoreAm)
    • Metra Trains Running After Semi Pulling Trailer of Cars Struck in Bartlett (Tribune)
    • Honorary Street Naming for Bobby Cann This Friday (Tiny Fix)
    • Divvy Spokesman Discusses the Company's Winter Plan (CBS)
    • RedEye Calls for More Helmet Use by Cyclists, Rather Than Less Recklessness by Drivers

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