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    • Judge Throws Out Red Light Tickets, Saying Yellow Phase Is Too Short (DNA)
    • Midlothian Residents March to Raise Awareness of Metra Attacks (Sun-Times)
    • State Street Bridge Closing Until August 23 for Riverwalk Construction (DNA)
    • Joravsky Pedals Ravenswood Avenue to See If Clout Affects Pothole Repair (Reader)
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    • Baby Girl Born in Van on the Ike on the Way to Hospital (Sun-Times)
    • Meet Tristan Hummel, The Loop Alliance’s Placemaking Specialist (RedEye)
    • Interactive Bus Shelter Ad Asks “Can You Hold Your Breath as Long as Houdini?” (RedEye)

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