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9:00 AM CST on December 1, 2014

    • Editorial: High "Stop for Peds" Sign Damage Rate Means Drivers Should Slow Down (Tribune)
    • Average Gas Price in the Region Currently Under $3 a Gallon and Falling (Tribune)
    • Driver Dies After Speeding in Reverse Across the Lakefront Trail & Into the Lake (Tribune)
    • Park District Truck Slides From Icy Section of Lakefront Trail Into the Water (ABC)
    • Businesses Evacuated After Gas Line Struck During Damen Station Work (DNA)
    • Police: Pickpocketers Have Been Targeting North Side CTA Stops (DNA)
    • IDOT Awards UIC $5.5 Million to Develop Driver Info Websites (Expired Meter)
    • Customer Data Breach Reported at Ten Local Garages (DNA)
    • Snow Zone Parking Ban Kicked in Today (RedEye)
    • New App Tries to Answer Question: "Is It Cheaper to Take a Cab or UberX?" (DNA)
    • CTA Holiday Train Started Running on the Green Line Last Week (Tattler)
    • Cook Transpo Plan Open Houses This Week, Including Thursday in the Loop (Tribune)

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