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Today’s Headlines for Friday, May 26

9:08 AM CDT on May 26, 2017

    • Chicago's Population Loss Is Largely Due to African Americans Leaving the City (MPC)
    • 4 Recent Moves to Desegregate the City (MPC)
    • The Rte. 53 Extension Would Only Create More Congestion (Active Trans)
    • Mother Is Suing CPD for Police Pursuit That Led to the Crash Death of Her Son (Sun-Times)
    • Jeff Parkers Discuss the Real Reason They're Against Affordable Housing: Fear (Sun-Times)
    • Judge Throws Out McPier Lawsuit Against Uber and Lyft (Crain's)
    • South Side Rail Factory Cleared to Break Ground (Curbed)
    • MPC Looks at Plans to Redevelop the U.S. Steel Site on the SE Side
    • Tribune Architecture Critic Is Disappointed With Union Station Plan
    • Lyft Launches New Luxury Car Service in Chicago (Chicagoist)
    • How Is Closure of LFT for North Side Trail Separation Affecting Your Commute? (The Chainlink)
    • Will You Be Taking a Trip on LSD This Weekend? Bike the Drive Is This Sunday

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