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    • Chicago's Biggest Development Controversies of 2014 (Curbed)
    • Kevenides' Top Local Biking Stories of 2014
    • Illinois Adding Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Along Historic Route 66 (Expired Meter)
    • Pedestrians Die From Recent Crashes in Park Forest, Des Plaines, and Warrenville (Tribune)
    • Police Investigator Charged With DUI on Early New Year's Day (RedEye)
    • Region Has Seen About a Dozen "Crash-and-Grabs," AKA "Ram Raids," Since Fall (LA Times)
    • ... Including a Lincoln Park Best Buy Yesterday (Sun-Times)
    • 2 Men Charged With Assaulting, Robbing Men Who Fled Car Crash (Tribune)
    • Teens Snatch Bicyclists' Purses in West Garfield Park & West Humboldt Park (RedEye)
    • As Man Files Report for Stolen Phone, Thief Ganks His Bike From Police Station Foyer (DNA)
    • Tattler Poll: What Is Your Biggest CTA Pet Peeve?

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