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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, September 1

9:14 AM CDT on September 1, 2015

    • After CEO Pleaded Guilty to Bribery, City Is Suing RedFlex for More Than $300 Million (CBS)
    • RTA Chief: Yes, Chicago Area's Roads Are Congested, & Better Transit Is the Solution (Tribune)
    • Chicagoland Gas Prices Dropped 29 Cents in the Past Week (Sun-Times)
    • Editorial: Feds Should Help Ensure We Don't Have Another Local Refinery Breakdown (Sun-Times)
    • Elderly Woman Who Was Injured by Driver Fleeing Police Has Has Died (Sun-Times)
    • 1 Killed in Portage Park Hit-and-Run, Drag Racing Suspected (WGN)
    • Should Chicago Try a Montana-Style 24/7-Sobriety Program for DUI Offenders? (Tribune)
    • Suburban Residents Are Fighting Against Downtown Density (Tribune)
    • A Love Letter to Suburbia (Daily Herald)
    • DNA Checks Out the New Concrete-Protected Lanes on Milwaukee
    • Steinberg Is Annoyed by Evanston Crossing Flags -- They Didn't Last Long in Chicago

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