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    • Yellow Line Will Be Closed for Several Days Due to Embankment Collapse (Tribune)
    • Why Are There Almost No P-Streets in African-American Communities? (City Notes)
    • Leaks & Crumbling Concrete at Train Stations Are Causing Hazards for Metra Commuters (CBS)
    • Post-Prom Crash Kills 2 in Calumet City (Tribune)
    • Driver Fatally Strikes Bicyclist in Kane County (Tribune)
    • Man Dies After Motorcycle-Car Crash in Beverly (Sun-Times)
    • After Child Is Struck on the Midway, U. of C. Police Will Enforce Stop-for-Pedestrians Law (DNA)
    • City May Install Speed Bumps on Lower Wacker to Deter Drag Racing (DNA)
    • Rogers Park Gets Its First Divvy Stations (DNA)
    • Bike 45 Planning Memorial Ride to Superdawg Founder Maurie Berman (DNA)

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