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    • Poor Metra Chiberia Performance Leads to Legislative Hearings, RTA Review (Tribune, Sun-Times)
    • Ordinances Would Allow More Leeway on Buying & Displaying City Stickers (DNA, Expired Meter)
    • Downsized Infrastructure Trust Project Finally Approved (Tribune)
    • Starting Today, Some People With Disabilities Will Need to Feed Meters (DNA)
    • 6 Injured in West Town DUI (DNA)
    • Cyclist Struck From Behind in Goose Island Hit-and-Run (Keating)
    • Warrenville Man Gets 6 Years for Fatal DUI (Tribune)
    • Special Prosecutor Appointed in Savini DUI Case (Tribune)
    • Art's Cycling & Fitness in Berwyn Destroyed by Fire (NBC)
    • Local Middle Schoolers Enter Contest to Design Future Transit System (Tattler)
    • "Dibs Hustler" Video Pokes Fun at Parking Space Hogs (DNA)

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