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Today’s Headlines for April 14

9:00 AM CDT on April 14, 2015

    • Environmental Groups Urge FHWA to Withdraw Backing of Illiana (Crain's)
    • 31st Street & Lincoln Bus Advocates Unite to Form Crosstown Bus Coalition (DNA)
    • Local Groups Pushing to Delay Plan Commission Hearing on Logan TOD (Our Urban Times)
    • 59-Year-Old Woman Is Dead After Hit-and-Run Crash in Pilsen (Tribune)
    • Woman Who Intentionally Crashed Car, Killing Pedestrian, Is Charged With Murder (CBS)
    • Man Charged With Aggravated DUI After Crash That Killed 94-Year-Old Woman (Tribune)
    • Man Tries to Commit Suicide by Driving Off of Parking Garage by Howard Stop (Tribune)
    • Residents Can Vote on Tollway Safety Messages (Sun-Times)
    • 18th Street Bridge -- And Its PBLs -- Reopen After $5.8 Million Rehab (DNA)
    • After Last Year's Muddy Tour de Fat, Palmer Square Neighbors Want Park Protections (DNA)
    • Workshop on Ways to Make 6 Corners More Ped-Friendly on 4/22 (Active Trans)
    • Congrats to SBC Contributor Daniel Hertz on Joining Urban Planning Think Tank City Observatory

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