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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, March 24

9:04 AM CDT on March 24, 2016

    • For the First Time Since 2007, the Population of Cook County Has Dropped (Crain's)
    • Chicago Wins the Battle of the Bulge: New Bump of Lakefront Opens at Fullerton (DNA)
    • Plan for Serpentine Pedestrian Bridge at 41st & LSD Clears Plan Commission (DNA)
    • Is Emanuel's Recent Spate of Trail & Park Plans an Effort to Rehab His Image? (Chicagoist)
    • Intoxicated Driver Who Caused Fatal Romeoville Crash Gets 8 Years (Tribune)
    • 2 Robberies Aboard Trains on Lake Street Branch of the Green Line (Tribune)
    • RedEye Looks at City's Plans to Separate Pedestrians & Cyclists of the Lakefront
    • Burke Discusses ATA's Dream of a Multiuse Trail Along the Entire Riverfront (DNA)
    • CTA Renting Out Space Under 'L' for Parking -- Could It Be Public Space Instead? (DNA)
    • Metra Station at 107th in Morgan Park Reopens With New Floor (DNA)
    • Developer Who Wants $10K in Crowdfunding for Bike Counter Listed $4M Home by 606 (Curbed)
    • Nice Wheels: The History Museum Displays Abe Lincoln's Family Carriage (DNA)

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