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Today’s Headlines for Monday, February 8

9:02 AM CST on February 8, 2016

    • Eighth Loop Link Station Opens at Madision and Wabash (DNA)
    • Teacher's Union Protest Took Over Congress Parkway During Friday Evening Rush (DNA)
    • After Judge Rules Against Lucas Museum, Emanuel May Propose an Alternate Site (Tribune)
    • Passenger Killed After Allegedly Drunk Driver Crashes Into Aurora Home (Tribune)
    • Ownership of Millennium, Grant Park Garages Changing Hands Again (Crain's)
    • Phleger: Parishioners Got Parking Tickets Because Police Don't Like My Message (DNA)
    • Demolition of Belmont Overpass to Start on March 1 (DNA)
    • New Building With 24 Units, 6 Parking Spots Proposed for Alley Store Site (Curbed)
    • State Rep Wants 30-Day Grace Period for Expired License Plate Stickers (Tribune)
    • Big City Bikes Owners Says He Might Have to Close After Being Sued Over Awning Removal (DNA)
    • Spectators Wowed by Thursday's Wabash Lights Placemaking Pilot (DNA)

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