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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, May 21

8:55 AM CDT on May 21, 2015

    • Ed Burke-Backed Ethanol Bill Survived Yesterday's City Council Meeting (Tribune)
    • Active Trans Asks Members to Lobby County Commissioners to Support Transit Future
    • Teen Charged With Reckless Homicide After Post-Prom DUI Crash That Killed 2 (CBS)
    • Driver Crashes Into a Pole, Downing Power Lines & Shutting Down Peterson (Tribune)
    • Motorist Strikes Man in Wheelchair in Round Lake Beach, Flees the Scene (Tribune)
    • Bartlett Will Attempt to Improve Safety at Dangerous Intersection by Widening It (Herald)
    • Gurnee Police Chief: Red Light Cams Have Helped Reduce Injuries by Nearly 50 Percent (Herald)
    • River Forest TOD Plan Raises Concerns About -- You Guessed It -- Traffic & Parking (Curbed)
    • Ride-Share Drivers Talk About Why They Sometimes Give Passengers Low Ratings (ABC)
    • Bike Lawyer Offers Tips on How to Avoid Trail Conflicts on the Bloomingdale (RedEye)
    • Douglas Park, the New Home of Riot Fest, Has Good Transit Access (RedEye)
    • Old Town School Is Curating Musical Performances at CTA Stations This Summer (Tribune)

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