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Today’s Headlines at Monday, April 9

9:22 AM CDT on April 9, 2018

    • Increase in Traffic, Pedestrian Stops by U. of C. Police, Racial Disparities (Chicago Reporter)
    • Blackhawks Honor 15 Canadian Hockey Players Killed in Saskatchewan Crash (Tribune)
    • Driver Opens Door on Cyclist, 14, in Logan Square, Critically Injuring Him (Sun-Times)
    • Duckworth Blocks Republican Attempt to Gut Americans With Disabilities Act (Rewire.News)
    • Experts Discuss Why Having Humans Monitor Self-Driving Cars Is Unsafe (Tribune)
    • Metra's PTC Plan Calls for Fewer Morning Expresses From Hinsdale to Loop (Tribune)
    • The Yard Social Club Proposes a New, User-Friendly Metra Map
    • Mundelein Refines Plans for Pedestrian Bridge Near Metra Station (Tribune)
    • Urbana Could Become the 2nd Illinois City With Dockless Bike-Share (News-Gazette)
    • There's a New Sound-Triggered Light Installation at the North/Damen Stop (Sun-Times)
    • Fill out an Online Form to Support the Bike Walk Education in Schools Act (Chainlink)
    • Steelworkers Pilgrimage Bike Tour of SE Side, NW Indiana on 4/21 (
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