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9:05 AM CDT on October 27, 2014

    • New CTA Budget Has No Fare Increases or Service Cuts, More Trains (Tribune, Crain's)
    • Hearing on Red Light Cam Program Scheduled for Tuesday (DNA)
    • Crackdown on Tax-Evading Gas Station Owners Has Netted $100 Million (NBC)
    • Receipt Used to Locate Man Who Allegedly Stole Semi, Critically Injured Cyclist (Tribune)
    • Suburbs Are Letting DUI Offenders Pay Fees Instead of Losing Licenses (Tribune)
    • Police Conducting Random Checks of CTA Passengers' Baggage (Tribune, Tattler)
    • City Will Implement Universal Smartphone App for Hailing Taxis (Tribune)
    • Rideye, a Black Box Recorder for Bicycles, Could Make or Break Crash Cases (Fox)
    • Anti-Cam Crowd Protested Burnett for the Second Time This Weekend (Expired Meter)
    • An Interview With Bike Advocate & Garage Builder Jennifer Pritzker (Crain's)
    • Hearing on CHI-to-Michigan Train Service Wednesday 4-7 p.m. at Union Station (DNA)

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