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9:48 AM CDT on June 12, 2014

    • CTA Awards 95th, Wilson Contracts to – Wait for It – Walsh Construction (RedEye)
    • First of 800 New Rail Cars Won’t Show Up on CTA Lines Until 2019 (Tribune)
    • Vaping Banned on CTA Vehicles and in Stations, but not Bus Stops (Sun-Times)
    • 4 Dead, 1 Injured After Driver Crashes BMW Into a Wall in Montclare (RedEye)
    • Cops Will Be Looking for Drunk Drivers on Dan Ryan This Weekend (DNA)
    • Memorial for Hit-and-Run Victim Carissa Hinz This Saturday in Bridgeport (DNA)
    • Shortly Before Rideshare Ordinance Passed, Cops Ticketed Drivers & Impounded Cars (RedEye)
    • CMAP Proposes Creating Dedicated Funding Source for Improving Freight Capacity (Tribune)
    • Workers Accused of Faking Kid’s Death, Stealing Coworkers’ Identities to Scam CTA (Sun-Times)
    • 33rd Ward Getting 9 Divvy Stations (DNA)
    • Libertyville Residents Blame Bike Path for Their Flooding Problems (CBS)
    • Anti-Cam Crew Plans Protest at Lane Tech High (Expired Meter)

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