Metra Says Problem With Malfunctioning Safety Bar More Significant Than Originally Thought
Metra officials say a the problem was more significant than first thought after a safety bar separating traffic from an oncoming train in Mokena malfunctioned for hours. 

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Congress To Investigate Boeing 737 Max 8 Approval ProcessAfter two catastrophic crashes involving the 737 Max 8 that left almost 400 dead, there are serious new questions about how it was approved to fly. .
Full Interview With Naperville Mayor Steve Chirico Regarding His Business' Involvement With A City Development ProjectAfter a CBS 2 report on Naperville Mayor Steve Chirico's business' involvement with the Central Park Place development, Chirico gave another explanation on his Facebook page. Here is CBS 2's full interview with the mayor.
Woman Sues Northwestern Medicine After Her Medical Information Was Posted On TwitterA woman at the center of a lawsuit says Northwestern Medicine Regional Medical Group did not inform her of a privacy breach of her medical records until she called after seeing them posted on social media. 
Feds Tell Boeing, FAA To Retain Records In 737 Max JetlinerAfter similarities between the two deadly crashes, within months of each other, questions are emerging about how the jetliner was safe enough to fly. Federal agents told Chicago-based Boeing and the FAA to retain records as they investigate the approval of the 737 Max Jetliner. 

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