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Today’s Headlines for Monday, March 27

9:00 AM CDT on March 27, 2017

    • Trucker Killed Augustin Arroyo, 56, Saturday Morning in Chinatown (Sun-Times)
    • Teen Was Fatally Struck on the Day She Was to Receive Award for Anti-DUI Work (Active Trans)
    • 2 Killed, 3 Injured After Driver Strikes Building in East Garfield Park (NBC)
    • Crash Survivor Dee Palago Wants to Advocate for Safer Streets (Active Trans)
    • Readers Respond to the Chicago Tribune's "Biking While Black" Investigation
    • Chicago Leads the Nation in Residential Tower Construction (Curbed)
    • How Can the City Be Having a Building Boom When We're Losing Population? (DNA)
    • Latest Plan to Redevelop South Works Site Is Making Progress (Curbed)
    • IDOT Is Releasing $4.2M to Fix Crumbling Uptown Viaducts (DNA)
    • What Size Would Chicago Be if It Was the Same Density as Other Cities (Chicagoist)
    • Photographer Documents the Bike Community With "Cyclists of Chicago" (Chainlink)
    • CDOT's Scheinfeld Speaks at City Club of Chicago Today -- Stream It Here at 12:30 PM

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