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Today’s Headlines for Monday, April 20

    • Emanuel: Bloomingdale Trail Will Open on June 6 (DNA)
    • Rauner Must Decide Whether to Green Light I-53, a Potential Illiana in Lake County (Tribune)
    • ATA, Cyclists Agree: A Safer Detour Is Needed During 4-Year Navy Pier Flyover Project (Tribune)
    • Pace Manager Charged With Accepting Kickbacks to Help IT Contractors Land Jobs (Tribune)
    • Metra, Feds, Union Agree on Program to Facilitate Whistle Blowing on Safety Violations (Tribune)
    • Mother & Young Son Killed on I-55 Near Bolingbrook After Another Driver Loses Control (CBS)
    • 68-Year-Old Man Dies in Single-Car Crash in Chatham (Tribune)
    • Motorcyclist Dies After Crash on Kennedy Near Hubbard (Tribune)
    • Trucker Who Killed Tollway Worker Will Be Sentenced Today (Tribune)
    • Cops: CTA Camera Footage & Ventra Records Reveal Woman Lied About Kidnapping (DNA)
    • More Chicagoans Want to Live Car-Free, Spurring More Transit-Oriented Development (Chicago)
    • Test Your Transit Knowledge With This 'L' History Quiz (DNA)

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