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9:10 AM CST on November 8, 2013

    • Editorial: Big Job in Store for the Next CDOT Commissioner (Sun-Times)
    • Metra Planning to Use Ventra by Next Summer (Herald-Spectator)
    • Man Dies After Driving Car Into the Lake at Balbo (Tribune)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Critically Injures Pedestrian in Aurora (CBS)
    • Woman Critically Injured by Driver in Bolingbrook (Tribune)
    • Traffic Camera Protest Saturday at Gompers Park, a Speeding Hot Spot (Expired Meter)
    • Oak Park Board Hasn't Committed to Providing Local Funding for Divvy (Oak Leaves)
    • Details on Evanston's Divvy Situation (Daily Northwestern)
    • Rogers Park Residents Look Forward to Getting the Blue Bikes (DNA)
    • Mariano's Foots the Bill for Free Supermarket Shuttle for Seniors (DNA)

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