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  • Lawsuit: Railroad Pollution Making Kids Sick in Long Beach

    Lawsuit: Railroad Pollution Making Kids Sick in Long Beach
    LONG BEACH, Calif. (KTLA) -- An environmental group is suing two major railroad companies in Southern California, accusing them of producing harmful levels of pollution. The Natural Resources Defense Council is heading up a lawsuit against Union...
  • Woman sitting on tracks hit by train

    Woman sitting on tracks hit by train
    A woman sitting on train tracks was hit by an eastbound Metra train and died in Naperville just before midnight Saturday, police said. The woman hasn't been identified by police, who said she was sitting about 500 feet east of the Loomis Street...
  • Freight train kills pedestrian in Naperville

    Freight train kills pedestrian in Naperville
    A pedestrian was struck and killed by a freight train in Naperville tonight, police said. At 7:13 p.m. police received a call of a person, reportedly a male, struck by a freight train on Burlington Northern Santa Fe tracks near the Naperville Metra...
  • Construction closes segment of Sand Canyon Avenue

    Motorists planning to travel on Sand Canyon Avenue, just south of the Santa Ana (5) Freeway in Irvine, will want to pick an alternate route this week. There will be a construction-related road closure between Oak Canyon and Laguna Canyon roads. The...
  • CTA closer to restoring some bus service to 31st Street

    CTA closer to restoring some bus service to 31st Street
    The CTA took an “incremental step’’ today toward restoring bus service that was eliminated 15 years ago along 31st Street on the Southwest Side due to dwindling ridership. But members of multiple Chicago communities where the population...
  • Hinsdale's Oak Street bridge closed to pedestrian traffic

    Hinsdale's Oak Street bridge closed to pedestrian traffic
    The pedestrian portion of a narrow 127-year-old steel-and-timber bridge in Hinsdale has been closed because of a structural crack. “We may be being a bit overcautious, but a portion of the bridge sagged,” said Hinsdale village engineer Dan...
  • Warren Buffett Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer

    Warren Buffett Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer
    NEW YORK -- Iconic investor Warren Buffett announced Tuesday that he has been diagnosed with stage I prostate cancer in a letter to shareholders of his firm Berkshire Hathaway. Buffett, 81, said his "condition is not remotely life-threatening or even...
  • High-tech train safety effort is approved

    A collision-avoidance system that transportation safety board investigators say could have prevented the fatal collision of two trains in Placentia nearly five years ago was approved for use on freight trains by federal regulators Monday. The system,...
  • Train hobbyists are loco for that motion

    Train hobbyists are loco for that motion
    It's another Friday night at the Fullerton train station, which is full of the usual types: commuters with briefcases, people sprinting over a bridge because they found themselves on the wrong side of the tracks, families struggling with suitcases. At...
  • Freight railroads pledge to install advanced safety measures by 2012

    Freight railroads pledge to install advanced safety measures by 2012
    Two freight railroads that share track with Metrolink commuter trains pledged Wednesday to install advanced safety measures in Southern California three years sooner than a new federal law would require -- with several caveats. Burlington Northern...
  • Metrolink train collides with freight cars in Rialto

    For the second time in less than three months, a Metrolink train and a freight train heading in opposite directions collided Thursday morning, raising fresh concerns about the commuter rail line's ability to navigate tracks it shares with other carriers....