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Today’s Headlines for Friday, February 12

8:58 AM CST on February 12, 2016

    • IDOT May Get $84.7M Windfall From Stale Federal Earmarks (Herald)
    • Safe Routes for Healthy Kids Campaign Launched in Little Village (Active Trans)
    • Crestwood Man Gets 39 Years for Murdering His Wife With Her Own Car (Tribune)
    • 2 CTA Workers Injured During Yellow Line Derailment (Tribune)
    • 47th Ward Residents Can Vote for Pedestrian Improvements in Pawar's Menu Money Survey (DNA)
    • Amtrak May Add a Second Daily Roundtrip Run Between Chicago & Twin Cities (Sun-Times)
    • City Approves Plan for Apartment Building in Pilsen With 99 Units, 52 Spaces (DNA)
    • Obama Advisor Says Washington Park Would Be the Best Location for Presidential Library (DNA)
    • Emanuel Wants Pedicab Ordinance to Include Operators Working for Donations & Tips (Sun-Times)
    • The Detour Walking Tour App Is Coming to Chicago (Curbed)

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