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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, December 15

9:19 AM CST on December 15, 2015

    • Active Trans Urges City to Add Prepaid Boarding to Loop Link, Seeks BRT Outreach Volunteers
    • City's Law Department Files New Charges Against RedFlex (DNA)
    • Man Fatally Struck While Trying to Run Across At-Grade Brown Line Crossing at Kedzie (Tribune)
    • 3 Injured After After Drivers Crash and Car Goes Through Skokie Storefront (Sun-Times)
    • Crowdfunding Campaign Launched for Cyclist Injured by Hit-and-Run Driver (Chainlink)
    • Workday Closures on Wilson This Week to Build Canopy for Station Construction (DNA)
    • Michele Smith Moves to Ban Food Carts From Just About All Lincoln Park Business Strips (DNA)
    • In the Wake of SSA Snafu, Director of Jeff Park Chamber of Commerce Steps Down (DNA)
    • Skokie Sues to Aquire Cemetery Land for Bike Trail Along Old Orchard Road (Tribune)
    • Why Isn't There Ferry Service From Chicago to Michigan, and Could There Be Again? (WBEZ)
    • Feast Your Eyes on the Sexy Cabbies in This Pin-Up Calendar (DNA)

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