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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, June 25

9:32 AM CDT on June 25, 2015

    • Metra, Other Agenices, Will Likely Be Fined for Missing Positive Train Control Deadline (Tribune)
    • Blankenhorn: Rauner Wants to Spend "Billions" on Infra & Transpo (Other Than Transit) (Herald)
    • Parking Concerns Are One Reason SW Side Residents Oppose Riot Fest (DNA)
    • Woman Who Was "Relentless Crusader for Animal Welfare" Killed in Rte. 120 Crash (Tribune)
    • Construction Starting on Argyle Shared Street, Community Meeting on Tuesday (DNA)
    • Tribune Reporter Who Cycles: "Without Education, Protected Bike Lanes Are Pointless"
    • Legalize It! Chicago Should Lift Ban on Downtown Skateboard Commuting (City Limits)
    • Juice Bar Opening at the Green Line's Cottage Grove Stop (DNA)
    • Lots of of Fun Stuff -- From Yoga to Pig Roasts -- Happening on the Riverwalk This Week (DNA)
    • Chicago Detours Offers an Insider's Map of the Chicago Pedway
    • Six Great Regional Bike Rides, Including John's "Tour de Tiki" (Chicago Mag)
    • Public Meeting on Little Village Land-Use Plan Today (DNA)

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