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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, Februaury 24

    • Cyclist Pulled Off Bike, Beaten and Robbed on the Bloomingdale Trail (DNA)
    • Man Visiting from the UK Was Electrocuted by Metra Overhead Wires (DNA)
    • Illinois Is the State With the 11th Lowest Pedestrian Fatality Rate (Tech Insider)
    • Almost Half of Proposed Eisenhower Noise Walls Likely to Be Approved (Tribune)
    • 1st Tower of Oak Park Development With 271 Units, 428 Spaces almost Completed (Curbed)
    • Closed Gas Station at 3901 N. Broadway May Become Tower With 100 Units, 65 Spaces (DNA)
    • A List of the 11 CTA Stations That Will Be Getting New Art (DNA)
    • Western Avenue Closing March 4 for Demolition of the Belmont Overpass (DNA)
    • Derailment on Yellow Line, Which Re-Opened 4 Months Ago After Embankment Collapse (DNA)
    • Curbed Checks Out the Progress of the 35th St. Pedestrian Bridge
    • Evanston Alderman: Divvy Too Costly, "Let's Paint Bikes, Put Them Up Around Town" (Tribune)
    • 4-8 Inches of Snow Will Hit the Region Today -- Will "Dibs" Rear Its Ugly Head? (DNA)

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