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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, April 29

    • Temporary Station Closures Planned for North Red/Purple Line Reconstruction (Tribune)
    • NTSB Blames CTA for Failing to Prevent Employee Fatigue That Led to O'Hare Crash (Sun-Times)
    • Op-Ed: $20K Donation to Ed Burke Means We're Likely to See a New Push for Ethanol (Sun-Times)
    • 1 Dead, 2 Injured in Stevenson Crash in Bridgeport (Tribune)
    • Driver Who Fatally Struck Woman in Chatham Charged With Reckless Homicide (CBS)
    • Driver Crashes Into Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse After 2-Car Collision (Tribune)
    • Ex-Chicago Bear Arrested for Driving 107 MPH on the Edens Expressway (Tribune)
    • Letter: Cardiologist Asks Drivers to Have a Heart, Drive Carefully Around Cyclists (Tribune)
    • Chicago Mag Looks at the Bloomingdale's Impact on Real Estate Prices
    • Uptown Merchants Appreciate Extra Sunlight Now That Wilson CTA Overpass Is Gone (DNA)
    • Pedestrianization of Streets for NFL Draft Is Having Little Impact on Traffic (DNA)
    • The 8 People You Will Meet in Chicago Bike Lanes This Summer (Time Out)

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