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    • Bobby Cann Remembered at Street-Naming Ceremony (Tribune, RedEye, NBC, DNA)
    • Active Trans Applauds Lift of IDOT Ban on Protected Bike Lanes
    • So-Called South LSD Extension Opens to Traffic (Sun-Times)
    • Xerox Wins $44 Million Red Light Camera Contract (DNA)
    • Ventra Users Complain of Being Charge Multiple Times by Card Readers (RedEye)
    • Female Pedestrian Killed in Lockport Crash (Southtown)
    • Man Who Killed 1 in Crash While Allegedly High on Heroin Held on $500K Bail (Tribune)
    • 1 Killed, 4 Injured in Crash Near Joliet (Tribune)
    • Three Injured in Grand Crossing Crash (Tribune)
    • Woman Rescued After Foot Got Stuck in Mag Mile Expansion Joint (Tribune)
    • Bike Thief Busted in West Town (Tribune)
    • A Look Back at Chicago's Streetcar System (Tribune)

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