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9:01 AM CDT on September 2, 2014

    • Quinn, Rauner, Discuss Regional, State Planning Issues at MPC Event
    • Dubious Honor: Quinn Renames the Circle Interchange After Ex-Mayor Jane Byrne (DNA)
    • More Kennedy Lane Closures Coming for Ohio Street Bridge Project (Expired Meter)
    • Man Beaten, Fatally Struck by Driver in Little Village (Tribune)
    • City Spent More Than $42K on Anti-Homeless Barricades in Avondale Viaduct (DNA)
    • California Blue Line Station Closing for 6-Weeks Starting This Thursday (RedEye)
    • Free CTA Rides for CPS Students on First Day of School (Sun-Times)
    • Divvy Users Want Better Bike Availability, More Stations (RedEye)
    • 40th Ward Bike-Share Stations Locations Announced (DNA)
    • SUV Driver Crashes Into Wicker Park Nail Salon (DNA)

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