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9:18 AM CDT on October 25, 2013

    • Bobby Cann's Family Gathers in Chicago for Today's Street-Naming Ceremony (DNA)
    • Driver Engulfed in Flames After Crashing Into a Gas Meter in Hainesville (Tribune)
    • The Trib Applauds Dowell's Bike Tax Proposal While the Sun-Times Pans It
    • John Gives His "Fair and Balanced" Take on Bike Licensing to Fox News Chicago
    • A Love Letter to Divvy From a Tribune Writer With the Zeal of a Convert
    • Details on Divvy's Cold-Weather Plan (DNA)
    • Beale Bashes Proposal to Raise Fines for Parking Infractions (DNA)
    • $2 Billion Gap in I-53 Extension Funding (Transitized)
    • Illinois Tollway Will Spend a Record $1.4 Billion on Construction Next Year (Tribune)
    • Frustrated by Chicago Bureaucracy, Pedal Pub Ponders a Move to Evanston (DNA)
    • Checking Out Street Conditions at North and Sedgewick (BWLP)
    • Green Machine Pushes Utility Cycling, Hosts Cargo Bike Roll Call Sunday (DNA)

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