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    • Coverage of last night's Ride of Silence honoring fallen cyclists (ABC, WGN)
    • Block Club looks at potential bus priority streets from the city's Better Streets for Buses initiative
    • 4 injured in crash at Addison/Kimball in Irving Park after speeding driver runs red light (ABC)
    • CTA bus driver involved in crash at Lawrence/Marine in Uptown Wednesday morning (ABC)
    • Man overpowered woman early Sunday morning at Clark/Lake Blue platform, stole her purse (FOX)
    • Paint-and-post treatment at the site where driver killed cyclist Gerardo Marciales is only semi-effective (Block Club)
    • CDOT deputy commissioner Sean Wiedel discusses plans for Divvy e-bike charging stations (Smart Cities)
    • Preservationists push rescue plan for endangered State Street skyscrapers (Crain's)
    • No, Howard Street is not the northernmost border of Chicago. Here's what exists north of Howard (Chicago Mag)

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