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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, June 12

    • City Clerk Releases Report on Reforming Chicago's Inequitable Driver Fee System (One Illinois)
    • CTA Worker Daniel Cruz, 35, Died From Undisclosed Medical Emergency at O'Hare Stop (Sun-Times)
    • Man Pulled Open Door of Red Line Train at Fullerton, Jumped on Tracks, Survives (Sun-Times)
    • Aldermen Refuse to Approve $3.7M Settlement for DUI Victim Over Intersection Design (Sun-Times)
    • UP-North Trains Delayed After Mechanical Failure (CBS)
    • Crain's Reporter John Pletz Takes a Ride Down the Kennedy in a Self-Driving Car
    • Big Marsh Bike Convergence Ride on June 15 Will Highlight Challenges to Accessing the Park

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