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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, February 23

8:58 AM CST on February 23, 2016

    • Sun-Times: Judge Declares All Traffic Cam Tickets "Void," Paving the Way for Class Action Lawsuit
    • CTA Spending $2.5M in FTA Funds to Add Art to 11 Stations (Tribune)
    • Metra Testing Wi-Fi on One Car on Each Line (Sun-Times)
    • Petition Asking FOP to Drop Lawsuit: Lucas Museum a Better Use of Land Than a Parking Lot (Curbed)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Fatally Struck 34-Year-Old Man in Avondale (Fox)
    • SUV Driver Fatally Strikes 84-Year-Old Man in Oak Lawn (Sun-Times)
    • 71-Year-Old Woman Dies Two Weeks After Being Struck by a Driver in Wilmette (Sun-Times)
    • Northbrook-Based Allstate: Driverless Cars May Lead to Fewer Crashes, Less Business (Tribune)
    • Rauner Backs Bill That Could Lead to Cuts in Bus Service, Drivers Ed, Phys Ed (INN)
    • Longmeadow Parkway Is a Key Issue in Kane County Board Races (Herald)
    • New Library Closer to Train Is One Reason Why Chicago's Chinatown Is Flourishing (Next City)
    • Cedar Street Is Building High-End Apartments Near Libertyville Metra Stop (Herald)

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