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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, February 27

    • Editorial: Chicago-Area Red Light Cam Programs Need More Oversight (Tribune)
    • Podcast: Journalists, Including Natalie Moore, Look at Chicago Segregation Issues (Reveal)
    • Driver Struck Woman, 55, in Winnetka Crosswalk, Cited for Failure to Yield (Tribune)
    • $20M Settlement Advances in Off-Duty Cop's DUI Case (Tribune)
    • Security Footage Leads to Three Arrests in Pedway Robbery Cases (Tribune)
    • CTA Is Installing 1,000 New Cameras, Upgrading 3,800 More (CBS)
    • Monroe Street Bridge Over Kennedy Expressway Closed for Reconstruction (Sun-Times)
    • Sterling Bay Buys a New North Branch Parcel at 1414 W. Willow (Crain's)
    • 10 Cycles Stolen From Elmhurst Community College Bike-Share Program (Tribune)

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