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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, August 18

8:59 AM CDT on August 18, 2015

    • Red Light Cams Have Generated $284.9 Million in Fines Since Emanuel Took Office (Sun-Times)
    • Op-Ed: Ordinance With Rules for Privatization Would Help Prevent Another Meter Fiasco (Sun-Times)
    • Metra Installs Free Charging Station for Electronic Gadgets at Millennium Station (Tribune)
    • After Woman Is Injured by Falling Pedestrian Shelter at O'Hare, Family Is Suing the City (CBS)
    • Officers Shot and Wounded Man They Say Was Trying to Strike Them With a Stolen Car (DNA)
    • Police: Chicago Man Said He Rode Purple Line to Wilmette to Burglarize Bike Store (Tribune)
    • A Look at Slow Roll Chicago's Englewood Outreach Efforts (DNA)
    • Teens From After School Matters Design Bike Racks for Albany Park (DNA)
    • Some of Chicago's Most Scenic Public Transportation Routes (Tribune)
    • 16 of Chicago's Best, Often-Overlooked, Public Green Spaces (Crain's)
    • Man: Bus Driver Enforced "Judgemental Dress Code" by Making Me Button Up My Shirt (Tribune)

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