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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, May 4

9:32 AM CDT on May 4, 2017

    • Obama Calls for Pedestrianizing Cornell by Library and Not "Getting Fixated on Traffic" (Tribune)
    • Investors Float $2.8 billion Plan to Get Around Chicago's Rail Bottleneck (Crain's)
    • Federal Spending Plan Opens Path for South Shore Line Expansion Funding (NWI)
    • Driver Charged With Aggravated DUI for Crash That Killed 2 Friends Near Lamont (CBS)
    • Driver Crashes Into Building After Passenger Is Shot Near 115th Metra Station (DNA)
    • Police: Man Groped Woman on CTA Bus, Attacked Her After She Exited (DNA)
    • NIMBYs Get Their Wish: TPL Shelves Plan for Wheel-Friendly Park at East End of 606 (DNA)
    • Residents Can Provide Input on Art for Kedzie Green Station at 28th Ward Meeting on 5/9 (DNA)

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