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Today’s Headlines for Monday, June 22

9:03 AM CDT on June 22, 2015

    • Editorial: Can We Kill the Illiana Already? (Tribune)
    • The Yellow Line Will Remain Closed Until October (Sun-Times)
    • Dorval Carter Received a $137K/Year CTA Pension While Working at USDOT (Sun-Times)
    • Pigs Fly: IDOT Starting Construction of the Clybourn Curb-Protected Bike Lanes Today (Tribune)
    • Joravsky: High-Speed Rail to O'Hare Would Be "An Express Train to Bankruptcy" (Reader)
    • The 5 Most Dangerous, Dismal, & Chaotic Intersections in Chicago (Time Out)
    • TOD Targeted at Millennials Proposed for -- Wait for It -- Des Plaines (Daily Herald)
    • Quiz: Can You Spot the Inaccurate Info in DNA's Otherwise-Solid Bike Laws Test?
    • I get Frustrated With Cars Too Sometimes, But This Was a Bit Extreme (DNA)
    • Hearing on the Bobby Cann Case This Thursday, 10 a.m. at Cook County Courthouse (Chainlink)
    • Brotman Learns You Can Get There From Here in the Chicago Pedway (Tribune)

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