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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, April 18

    • Safety Committee Approves More Patrolling of CTA, Park Property by CPD Officers (Sun-Times)
    • Neighborhood Group Objects to Density Along North Branch Corridor, Wants Park (DNA)
    • Police Warn of a Spate of Armed Taxi Driver Robberies Around the City (Chicagoist)
    • Man Attempts to Steal Bike in Lakeview, Swings Chunk of Concrete at the Owner (DNA)
    • Metra Conductor Suing Buffalo Grove Man for Punching Him on the Train (Sun-Times)
    • An Update on the Redevelopment of the State Street Corridor (South Side Weekly)
    • 4 Authors Weigh in on Chicago's Gentrification Issues (Chicagoist)
    • DNA Talks With 606 Users Who Aren't Happy About Police Using ATVs on the Path
    • CDOT Launches Its Annual War on Potholes; Map of Arterial Streets to Be Repaved (DNA)
    • Chicago Hack Night Celebrates Its 5th Birthday Tonight at 6 PM at Merchandise Mart
    • Community Meeting April 24 to Review 3647 N. Southport TOD Proposal (Lakeview Chamber)

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