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Today’s Headlines for Friday, May 1

9:06 AM CDT on May 1, 2015

    • 1,400 Residents From 43 Wards Have Contacted Officials Asking Them to Save Kinzie PBLs (Active Trans)
    • City Floats Idea of Express Bus From Blue Line to Navy Pier, Along With Other Routes (DNA)
    • Ashland Opponent Erroneously Claims Light Rail Only "Slightly More Expensive" Than BRT (Gazette)
    • 66-Year-Old Man Killed in Car-Semi Crash in Pullman (Tribune)
    • Man Charged With 4th Sexual Assault on 'L' After DNA Evidence Links Him to 2007 Attack (CBS)
    • Woman Drives Through Cemetery, Causing $50K in Damage (DNA)
    • CTA Beefing Up Service for NFL Draft Town, Polish Parade (Sun-Times)
    • Edgewater Observer: Planned Divvy Density for Edgewater is Insufficent
    • Uber Offers to Pick Up Your Old Clothes for Free and Donate Them to Goodwill (DNA)
    • First Activate Alley Party Takes Place May 15 in Sullivan Center Alley (Loop Alliance)

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