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    • Blue Line's O'Hare Station Reopens a Week After Collision (Tribune, Sun-Times)
    • CTA, Kelly Argue Over the Number of Hours O'Hare Crash Driver Worked (Tribune)
    • Nodding Off Is a Much More Common Problem on the Road Than on the Rails (Tribune)
    • Santa Cruz Hires Clifford, Saving IL Taxpayers More Than $200K in Severance (CBS)
    • Police: Man Found in Avondale Alley May Have Been Struck by a Driver (Tribune)
    • Cyclist in Critical Condition After Driver Left-Hooked Him on NW Side (Tribune)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Seriously Injures Female Pedestrian in Norwood Park (Tribune)
    • Will the Southeast Metra Line Ever Get Built? (
    • Participatory Budgeting Election Coming Up in 49th Ward (DNA)
    • South Red Line Is Back for Sox Opening Day (RedEye)
    • Men Busted for Selling Parking Spots at a Church Where They Don't Work (DNA)
    • Vintage Trolley Signage on Display at Cafe Jumping Bean (DNA)

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