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  • Police Blotter: Family reports $75,000 stolen from joint account

    Police Blotter: Family reports $75,000 stolen from joint account
    The following incidents and arrests were listed among the official reports of the Wilmette and Kenilworth police departments. Readers are reminded an arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Only a court of law can make that determination. Court appearances take place in Cook County 2nd District Circuit Court, Skokie, unless indicated otherwise.
  • CTA reports overall ridership dropped 3 percent last year

    The Chicago Transit Authority says an overall ridership decline of nearly 3 percent last year reflects an increasing preference among commuters for rail service. Data released Friday shows bus ridership declined fell 8 percent, while rail ridership...

    CTA ridership fell 3 percent last year, but train trips growing

    CTA ridership fell 3 percent last year, but train trips growing
    Buses continued a longtime trend of carrying most CTA passengers in 2014, but bus ridership fell 8 percent from the previous year as rail ridership rose to its highest level in more than 50 years, transit officials are set to announce Friday. The...

    Yearlong CTA train reroutes for Wilson station work begin Monday

    Yearlong CTA train reroutes for Wilson station work begin Monday
    Fard Muhammad, of Evanston, is preparing for stop-and-go traffic Monday morning on his ride to work—not on the roads to his Loop job, but on the CTA tracks. Muhammad, who takes the Purple Line Express from Evanston into the Loop in the mornings to...

    CTA and CPD leaders speak against adverse pension ruling

    On March 11, the Illinois Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the lawsuits challenging SB 1: the 2013 legislation that reformed the pension systems of state and university employees and teachers outside the city of Chicago. This lawsuit has...