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Today’s Headlines

8:58 AM CST on December 29, 2014

    • Active Trans Releases Its 2014 Active Transportation Platform for Municipal Elections
    • Transit Workers Union Endorses Jesus "Chuy" Garcia for Mayor (Sun-Times)
    • Plan Commission Approves Parking-Lite Development at 830 N. Milwaukee (Curbed)
    • "Ridescore" Ratings Give Chicago a C+ for Its Treatment of Ride-Share Companies (DNA)
    • Local Gas Prices Hit a 5-Year Low (DNA)
    • After Pedestrian Fatally Struck in Gage Park, Car Passenger Charged for Attacking Driver (CBS)
    • Elderly Pedestrian Killed by 16-Year-Old Driver in Orland Park, No Citations (Tribune)
    • 61-Year-Old Woman Died in Single-Car Crash in Chicago Heights on Christmas Day (Tribune)
    • 2 Officers Injured in Crash, Driver Cited for Failure to Yield to an Emergency Vehicle (Sun-Times)
    • Man Seriously Injured After Crashing His Car Into Parked Vehicles in Fernwood (Tribune)
    • New ACLU Report Finds Racial Disparities in Chicago Traffic Stops (Expired Meter)
    • CTA Fixes Wrong Address on Rehabbed Damen Station (DNA)

National headlines will return next year. 

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