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Good news for Metro Riders: Don't expect fare hikes next year

Metro finally has some good news for its grumpy and shrinking pool of riders: Fares are likely to stay the same next year.

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Federal authorities said an online threat that led the University of Chicago to cancel classes Monday targeted whites and was motivated by the police shooting of a black teenager.

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