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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, February 15

    • CTA Approves 4-Year Contract With Bus & Train Operators, Including 9.5% Raise (Sun-Times)
    • 3 Police Officers Injured in Auburn-Gresham Crash (WGN)
    • Police: Man Who Ran Onto Red Line Tracks Had Robbed Drug Store (Tribune)
    • Des Plaines Will Spend $175K to Study Feasibility of a New Metra Stop (Herald)
    • Elmhurst Sustainability Plan Calls for New Bike Routes Connecting Existing Trails (Herald)
    • Mixed-Income Lofts Near 111th/Pullman Stop May Break Ground in Late Spring (Curbed)
    • Couple Met At a Divvy Station, Included the Bikes in Their Engagement Photo (WGN)

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