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9:04 AM CDT on October 22, 2014

    • Quinn Responds to Active Trans Questions About Transportation, Rauner Doesn't
    • Friends of the Parks Upset That Lucas Museum Wasn't Debated at Museum Campus Meeting (DNA)
    • 7-Story Apartment Complex With New Aldi Proposed for Milwaukee/Leavitt, Next to 606 (DNA)
    • Randolph Reduced to 1 Lane for Construction of Block 37 Apartments (Chicago Architecture)
    • Graffiti Artists Somehow Got CTA Uniforms & Keys, Vandalized 3 Rail Cars (RedEye)
    • Inbound Metra Train Stuck in Woodstuck With Mechanical Problems (NW Herald)
    • Online Poll Pick Name of Loyola's New Car-Free Block: St. Ignatius Community Plaza (DNA)
    • City Clerk Is Targeting 150K Vehicle Sticker Scofflaws (Sun-Times)
    • Chicago Drivers Filed 5,179 Claims for Pothole Damage This Year (Sun-Times)
    • Crews Are Re-Paving Sections of Loyola & Ridge in 40th Ward (DNA)
    • Oak Parkers Are Stoked to Be Getting Divvy Stations (Tribune)

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