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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, February 8

    • More Info on the 4 Potential O'Hare Express Bidders (Crain's)
    • McCarthy Accuses Emanuel of Being Asleep at the Wheel on Carjacking Spike (Sun-Times)
    • Grist: Top Divvy Rider Kerdia Roland Is an Outside-the-Box Climate Change Fighter
    • Active Trans Talks With Crystal Lake Trail Advocate Eberhardt Veit
    • Metra CEO: Taking Transit to the Auto Show Lets You Avoid "Hassles of Traffic & Parking" (Crusader)
    • Pokagon Fund Pledges $300K Towards Building New Trail From Chicago to New Buffalo (WNDU)
    • 2nd City Cycle Swap Sunday 11 AM to 6 PM at Coprosperity Sphere (The Chainlink)
    • Recyclery Open House Sunday 2-8:30 PM, Including Trail Advocacy Panel at 5 PM

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