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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, May 18

9:09 AM CDT on May 18, 2017

    • Man Charged With Killing Another Man With Bottle Outside Ashland Green Station (Tribune)
    • Chicago Defender Looks at the Issue of Homeless People Sleeping on CTA Trains
    • San Francisco's Prepaid All-Door Bus Boarding Is a Model for Chicago (Active Trans)
    • A Preview of Summer Construction Projects (WGN)
    • New Bike Lanes Slated for Polk and Loomis in Medical District (DNA)
    • Cyclist Suffered Minor Injuries From Falling Tree on Lakefront Trail (The Chainlink)
    • Active Trans' Ron Burke Discusses Upcoming North LFT Trail Separation Project, Detour
    • Recovered From Squirrel-Induced Crash, Brookins Proceeds With Anti-Squirrel Agenda (Tribune)
    • Season Opening Party for the Chicago Riverwalk All Day Saturday
    • Active Trans Hosts a Northwest Side Trails Workshop May 25

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