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    • Newly Replaced South Red Line Gets Short-Term Slow Zone (RedEye)
    • Metra's Many Chiberia Train Snafus Show How Dysfunctional the System Is (Crain's)
    • Editorial: RTA Audit May Get to the Root of the Metra Woes (Sun-Times)
    • 2 Women Killed After Minivan Stalls on I-290 in Forest Park (Tribune)
    • Female Driver Charged After Injuring Pedestrian & Fleeing Scene (Tribune)
    • Third Person Dies After New Year's Day Crash in West Garfield Park (DNA)
    • Passengers Evacuated After Blue Line Track Fire Near Rosemont (Tribune)
    • Sawyer Withdraws Complaint About Plowing, Complains of Poor Communication (DNA)
    • BWLP Gives a Thumbs-Up to the Proposed Children's Memorial Site Development
    • Divvy Offering 10% discount to Active Trans Members
    • Yesterday Was the No Pants Subway Ride (Sun-Times, RedEye, DNA)

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