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Today’s Headlines for Monday, February 12

9:19 AM CST on February 12, 2018

    • A Year After Ticketing Discrepancy Revealed, Black Neighborhoods Still See Most Tickets (Tribune)
    • Sun-Times: Most Juveniles Charged With Armed Carjackings Let Go in 24 Hours
    • Emanuel, State Lawmakers Propose Making It a Felony to Be in Possession of a Stolen Car (ABC)
    • CTA Releases Video of Passenger Setting Fire Aboard Train at Argyle Station (Tribune)
    • Niles Tries to Persuade Metra to Build a Stop Along the Milwaukee District North Line (Tribune)
    • A 30-Story Tower Could Be in the Works for Oak/Dearborn Site (Curbed)
    • Oak Park Trustee: Lake Street Renovation Plan Needs to Include Bike Facilities (Tribune)
    • Active Trans: Safe Road Design, Not Airbag Suits, Are Needed to Prevent Bike Injuries (Tribune)
    • Gallery: "Dibs" Parking Space Hogging Has Reared Its Ugly Head Again in Chicago (Tribune)

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