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8:58 AM CDT on August 18, 2014

    • Orseno: Metra Fare Increases a Possibility for Next Year (Sun-Times)
    • Driver Fatally Strikes Cyclist in Garfield Ridge (DNA)
    • 2 Men Held on $1 Million Bail Each After Police Chase Ends in Fatal Crash (Sun-Times)
    • After Neighbor's Death, Residents Want Speed Cam by Goethe School (DNA)
    • CPS Safe Passages Program Is Expanding (Sun-Times)
    • Don't Let Opponents Water Down North Branch Trail Extension (Active Trans)
    • 60-Room Hotel Proposed for Plot Next to Red Line's Chinatown Stop (DNA)
    • Sheridan Road Reconstruction in Lakeview Will Last Through October (DNA)
    • Active Trans Video: How to Make Your Bike Unattractive to Thieves (Chainlink)
    • Griping About Careless Pedestrians & "Pathletes" on the Lakefront Trail (Tribune)
    • New Generation of Foamers Uses Facebook and Flickr (RedEye)

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