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Today’s Headlines for Friday, May 8

9:08 AM CDT on May 8, 2015

    • In 6 Years, CPM Recouped More Than Half the Money It Paid for 75-Year Parking Contract (Reader)
    • Tribune: Police DUI Stings Overlook White Neighborhoods With High Drunk Driving Crash Rates
    • DUI Stings This Weekend in Old Town and Bridgeport (DNA)
    • Bus Driver Sued for Crashing Into Animal Shelter's Front Wall (Sun-Times)
    • The Folly of Motorists Who "Race to the Red" (Active Trans)
    • Glitch Leads to Erroneous Tickets for Drivers Who Used ParkChicago App (NBC)
    • Logan's Crossing Will Have 1:1 Bike Parking Ratio; Neighbors Ask for Elimination of Curb Cut (DNA)
    • Galley: An Update on the Navy Pier Flyover Construction (CAB)
    • The Tribune Goes on a Slow Roll Chicago Ride
    • Town Hall Police District Launches Bike Registration Drive (DNA)
    • If You Ride North Side Trains, Show Up for Red Line Rehab Meeting on May 14 (Active Trans)
    • Send a Thank-You Note for the Lakeview Placemaking Project (Active Trans)

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