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    • Park District Begins Repairing Damage to the Lakefront Trail (RedEye)
    • Mountain-Like Lucas Museum Design Proposal Includes New Pedestrian Bridge (Tribune)
    • After Center Line-Crossing Driver Kills Cyclist, State Police Blame the Victim (Kevenides)
    • Car Driver Dies After Rear-Ending Semi Along Tri-State Tollway (Tribune)
    • 3-Year-Old Boy Is OK After Being Struck While Trick-or-Treating in Winnetka (CBS)
    • Woman Crashes Car Into Hyde Park Drugstore (DNA)
    • How Can We Reduce the Number of Bike Crashes in Illinois? (Keating)
    • Oak Park Plans to Reinstall "Beg Buttons" Along Lake Street (Tribune)
    • Commuter Benefits Provider Offering Discounted Divvy Memberships (Business Wire)
    • You'd Have to Be Pretty Darn Unlucky to Catch Ebola on the CTA (RedEye)

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