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Today’s Headlines for Monday, August 10

8:56 AM CDT on August 10, 2015

    • Tribune Editorial Endorses Emanuel's Expanded TOD Ordinance Proposal
    • Rauner Signs Law Allowing People With 4 DUIs to Drive With Breathalyzer in Car (Herald)
    • 2 Drivers Killed in Wrong-Way Crash on the Eisenhower in Bolingbrook (Tribune)
    • Active Trans: Transit Future Could Help Fund Red Line Extension
    • Getaround Peer-to-Peer Car-Sharing Launches in Chicago (Tribune)
    • New 1.7-Mile Stretch of Rails-to-Trails Opens in Skokie (Tribune)
    • During Argyle Shared-Street Construction, Access to CTA Stop Is About to Get Easier (DNA)
    • Uptown Residents Vote for New Permit Parking Zones (DNA)
    • "Bike Around the Bomb" Ride Commemorates Hiroshima & Nagasaki Bombings (Tribune)
    • Meeting to Discuss Pace's Arterial Rapid Transit Service on August 18 in Gladstone Park (DNA)
    • Go Edgewater Public Art Ride Tonight at 6:15 at the Thorndale Stop

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