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  • LAPD arrests civil rights protesters who shut down Metro Blue Line

    LAPD arrests civil rights protesters who shut down Metro Blue Line
    Dozens of civil rights protesters blocked the Metro Blue Line tracks during rush hour Tuesday as part of a nationwide demonstration against law enforcement treatment of people of color. Police began making arrests after 5:30 p.m., broadcast news showed....
  • Fog, Black Ice Mars Morning Commute

    Black ice and dense fog hampered the morning commute for some drivers, as cars, a van and a school bus slid on slick roads. Temperatures across northern Connecticut fell close to or below freezing as the morning went on, according to the National...
  • Traffic signal back on at Route 41 and Old Elm Road

    Traffic signal back on at Route 41 and Old Elm Road
    Evening rush hour commuters should see a return to normal conditions as repairs have finally been made to a traffic signal at Route 41 and Old Elm Road that was damaged after a car crash Saturday. Illinois Department of Transportation spokesperson Guy...
  • Police advise drivers to avoid 41 and Old Elm Monday morning

    The Monday morning rush hour may be particularly bad for drivers on Illinois Route 41, where the lights will be flashing red at Old Elm Road, due to an accident Saturday. Lake Forest Police reported Sunday night that a car hit the light control box...
  • Rain may slow down morning commute

    Rain may slow down morning commute
    Scattered thunderstorms across the Chicago area may hamper Monday morning’s commute for some residents. As of about 5 a.m., rain started falling in the area and is expected to continue until about 9 a.m. or 10 a.m., according to the National...
  • Tri-Rail opens Miami airport station

    Tri-Rail opens Miami airport station
    Catching a flight at Miami International Airport? Getting there by train from Broward and Palm Beach counties is about to get a lot easier. On Sunday morning, Tri-Rail was set to begin running commuter trains into a $92 million station that's just...
  • Construction at Downers Grove Metra Station resumes Monday

    Construction at Downers Grove Metra Station resumes Monday
    Construction is set to resume Monday on a long-delayed project to improve the platforms and increase safety at the Downers Grove Main Street Metra Station. The east ends of the in-bound and out-bound boarding platforms will be closed to commuters...
  • Overturned truck blocks rush-hour traffic on Philly bridge

    All lanes of a busy Philadelphia bridge are reopen after an overturned truck caused major rush-hour traffic delays. The tractor-trailer carrying a shipping container crashed on the Ben Franklin Bridge around 6 a.m. Friday, blocking two lanes into the...
  • Good morning, Baltimore! Here's the pitch for your O's opening day Friday

    Good morning, Baltimore! Here's the pitch for your O's opening day Friday
    Good morning, Baltimore! Here’s what you need to know for 'opening day' Friday: WEATHER We’re in for a stormy Friday, which means if you’re playing hooky from work and heading to Camden Yards for Opening Day this afternoon, you...
  • Traffic: Motorists warned to use caution during wintry mix

    Traffic: Motorists warned to use caution during wintry mix
    With the first day of spring ushering in a wintry mix of rain and snow, state and local transportation departments warm motorists to keep speeds down and allow for extra braking distance during Friday morning's commute. The Baltimore City Department of...
  • Derailing Maryland light rail

    Derailing Maryland light rail
    With hundreds of millions of dollars already invested in the Red and Purple rail line transit projects, and strong support for them displayed not only by local governments but from business leaders, there is a growing suspicion that Gov. Larry Hogan may...