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9:02 AM CDT on August 20, 2015

    • Weeks Before Yellow Line Snafu, Concerns Were Expressed Over Construction (Tribune)
    • RedFlex CEO Who Allegedly Bribed CDOT Official Is Set to Plead Guilty (Tribune)
    • For 2nd Time This Year, Truck Driver Tragically Failed to Yield to Mother & Child in Crosswalk (ABC)
    • Driver Injures Pedestrian in Morgan Park, Flees the Scene (Sun-Times)
    • Driver Seriously Injures Pedestrian in Cary, No Charges (Herald)
    • More State Troopers Will Patrol Chicago Expressways to Prevent Shootings (Sun-Times)
    • Teens Charged After They Violently Tried to Recover Stolen Bike (DNA)
    • Kenilworth Side Street Closures to Block New Trier Cut-Through Traffic Don't Cause Jams (Tribune)
    • Residents Ask Carpentersville Leaders to Oppose Longmeadow Parkway (Herald)
    • Megabus Avoids Driver Strike With New Contract (Tribune)
    • Neighborhood Association Endorses Zoning Changes for TOD at 975 W. Wilson (DNA)
    • Construction on Lincoln Park TOD -- With $1,600 Studios -- Will Begin in March (DNA)

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