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Today’s Headlines for Monday, April 17

    • 33-Year-Old Man Shot to Death on the Garfield Red Line Platform (Sun-Times)
    • Naperville Mayor: Police "Could've Done Better" Than Wait 3 Days to Reveal Fatal Death (Tribune)
    • Driver Charged With Leaving the Scene of Fatal South Holland Motorcycle Crash (CBS)
    • Crain's: Claypool Cried Wolf About Doomsday Scenarios at CTA, Now He's Doing It at CPS
    • Service Resuming After Signal Problems Hamper CTA in Loop (Sun-Times)
    • A Look at the South Loop Construction Boom (Curbed)
    • TOD With 148 Units, 65 Spaces Ready to Rise at Van Buren/Halsted (Curbed)
    • E-Bikes Are Allowed on the Lakefront Trail, Gas-Powered Bikes Are Not (The Chainlink)
    • Parklet Architect Moss Design Hosts a Party for Its New Logan Square Studio Space on 4/22

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