Unattended Bags Shut Down Ogilvie Station
Ogilvie Transportation Center was evacuated around midday Wednesday while a Chicago Police bomb squad investigated two unattended bags. The bags were found around 10:30 a.m. on the station's second floor. Shortly after noon, Metra spokesman Michael Gillis confirmed nothing dangerous was found.

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