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    • The weekend Blue Line between Addison and Western and is finally back (Block Club)
    • Mayor Brandon Johnson forges compromise to expand outdoor dining in Chicago (ABC)
    • NWU student, 19, shot twice Monday night at park across street from Howard 'L' station (Evanston Roundtable)
    • "We need justice" family of Robbins man killed in crash says still no charges filed months later (NBC)
    • 2 charged with robbing man, 65, on train at Sox-35th Red Line station (CBS)
    • "Construction incident" on Metra UP-W train tracks limits service; delays expected (NBC)
    • Hammond eyeing car overpass for train blockage woes, but pedestrians would be out of luck (Tribune)
    • Northwestern students take CTA and Amtrak trains to go rock climbing (North by Northwest)
    • Join WGN Radio at Fifth Third Bike the Drive, Sunday, September 3 on DLSD

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