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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, June 17

9:05 AM CDT on June 17, 2015

    • Federal Judge Rules Against Illiana, Possibly Killing It -- SBC's Take on the News Later Today (Crain's)
    • Yellow Line Service Isn't Returning Anytime Soon (Tribune)
    • No Citations After Driver Fatally Strikes 5-Year-Old Girl in Hoffman Estates (Tribune)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Seriously Injures Woman in West-Suburban Montgomery (Sun-Times)
    • New Aviation Chief Calls High-Speed Rail to O'Hare "Essential Piece of Infrastructure" (Sun-Times)
    • Metra Board Will Vote Today on Whether to Launch Pets-on-Board Pilot (Tribune)
    • Metra Offering Special $5 Unlimited Ride Ticket for Thursday's 'Hawks Celebration (NBC)
    • After Being Swamped Monday Night, Most of the Riverwalk Reopened by Noon Tuesday (DNA)
    • Extra CTA Service, Huge Bike Coral, Divvy Valet for Tonight's Mumford & Sons Concert (Sun-Times)
    • Entrepreneurs Are Already Taking Advantage of the Heavy Traffic on The 606 (DNA)
    • After Motorist Crashes Through Their Window, Liquor Store Posts "Drive Thru Closed" Sign (DNA)
    • Pledge to Ride Transit on National Dump the Pump Day This Thursday (RTA)

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