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9:05 AM CDT on September 10, 2014

    • Aldermen Push for Stricter Rules, Fees for Trains Carrying Dangerous Fuels (DNA)
    • Cardenas Wants Speed Camera Removed From Archer Avenue (DNA)
    • Beale Says Raising Speed Limit on 127th Is "My Way of Taking Care of" Residents (Sun-Times)
    • Thurow Case Highlights Challenge of Keeping Chronic Drunk Driver Off Roads (Tribune)
    • Minor Derailment of Blue Line at Pulaski Is Causing Major Delays (Tribune)
    • Driver Arrested for DUI After Killing Pedestrian in McHenry (CBS)
    • Bronzeville Man Charged With DUI, Reckless Homicide After Fatal Crash on Ryan (RedEye)
    • Surveillance Photos Lead to Charges in Red Line Groping Case (NBC)
    • Switching Problems at Union Station Caused Delays on BNSF Trails Last Night (Tribune)
    • UP North Trails Delayed After a Tree Falls on Tracks Near Kenilworth (CBS)
    • People With Disabilities Must Apply for RTA Free Ride Permit By End of Month (Tattler)

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