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By Chuck Sudo in News on Aug 24, 2011 11:00PM

  • The suspicious package that shut down the Blue Line downtown this afternoon turned out to be harmless. Service is back to normal. [Sun-Times]
  • Sometimes hitting the "I'm Feeling Lucky" button on Picasa is a good thing. [Undun on Flickr, via Gapers]
  • A 38-year-old man has been charged with DUI in the fatal hit-and-run of a bicyclist in Pilsen. [Chicago Breaking News]
  • Lisle is one of the best cities to live in for the rich and single. [Chicago Breaking News]
  • Here's another incident involving someone stoned on "bath salts." [Sun-Times]
  • Robert Feder reflects on Ron Magers's 30-year career in Chicago. [Feder/TOC]
  • United Airlines is replacing pilots flight manuals with iPads. [CBS Chicago]
  • CDOT says the intersection of Illinois Street and Columbus Drive is a high crash corridor. [NBC Chicago]
  • Sources tell ESPN the New York Yankees have claimed Cubs first baseman Carlos Pena on waivers. [ESPN Chicago]