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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, June 9

9:09 AM CDT on June 9, 2015

    • Op-Ed From Illinois PIRG: Don't Repeat The Mistakes That Led to the Illiana Boondoggle (Tribune)
    • More Write-Ups of the Bloomingdale Trail's Inspiring Debut (Sun-TimesDNACurbed)
    • Another Pessimistic Article About the Bloomingdale Trail's Crime Potential From the Tribune Company
    • Driver Who Fatally Struck 37-Year-Old Man Near Museum Campus Was Not Cited (Sun-Times)
    • No Citations After Driver Fatally Strikes 52-Year-Old Man in Evanston (Tribune)
    • CTA Bus in Fatal Crash Apparently Wasn't Empty After All; Wrongful Death Suit Filed (Tribune)
    • The Former RedFlex CEO May Plead Guilty to Bribery This Summer (Sun-Times)
    • Reilly Orders Traffic Calming, Cams to Prevent Drag Racing on Lower Wacker (Sun-Times)
    • CTA Riders Annoyed That Station Elevators Near Sox Park Are Often Not in Service (DNA)
    • Blaie Kamin Digs the New Sections of the Chicago Riverwalk (Tribune)
    • From Mexican Folk Violin to Chinese Erhu, Get Ready for the Iron Heart CTA Busker Fest (DNA)
    • Pulling Back the Curtains on the History of the Puppet Bike (Chicago Mag)

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