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Today’s Headlines for Monday, December 21

10:07 AM CST on December 21, 2015

    • First Impressions of Loop Link (CBS, WGNBike Law)
    • Laquan McDonald Protesters Shut Down the Mag Mile on Friday (Tribune)
    • Once Again, a Woman Is Followed From a Red Line Station and Sexually Assaulted (Sun-Times)
    • CTA Riders Lift Train to Rescue Man Whose Leg Was Trapped Between Rail Car & Platform (DNA)
    • Another Victim of the Milwauke Avenue Dooring Epidemic Gets a $60K Settlement (Keating)
    • CTA & Metra Riders Get a Bigger Tax Break as Part of Congressional Budget Deal (Crain's)
    • CDOT's Shared Cost Sidewalk Program Begins Accepting Applications on Jan. 12 (DNA)
    • Hanover Park Lets Drivers Pay $50 Tickets With $20 Worth of Canned Food Donations (Fox)
    • Before Retiring, Hilkevitch Looks Back on 18 Years of Tribune Transportation Reporting
    • Wheaton Bike Shop Is Offering $1K Reward for Info on $7K Mountain Bike Theft (Tribune)
    • Keating Law Is Offering Free Bike-Themed Patches & Bumper Stickers
    • Should the CTA Holiday Train Have Hanukkah & Kwanzaa Decorations as Well? (RedEye)

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