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Today’s Headlines for Monday, April 16

9:13 AM CDT on April 16, 2018

    • An Update on IDOT's Plan to Use Private Financing Widen I-55 (Tribune)
    • Driver Charged With Homicide After Fatal Police Chase Crash in Rogers Park (Tribune)
    • Fallen Police Commander Led 2003 Chase That Killed a Bystander (Chicago Mag)
    • FBI Raid on Trump Lawyer Cohen Sought Ties to Chicago Cab Operators (Sun-Times)
    • Cahill: CMAP Should Add O'Hare Express [Boondoggle] to Its Priority Project List (Crain's)
    • Emanuel Proposes a New Trail Connecting the Riverwalk to Chinatown (Sun-Times)
    • S. Lakefront Framework Plan Includes Emphasizes Jackson Park Water Features (Tribune)
    • "Aerial Cities" TV Show Offers a Fresh Perspective on CTA Infrastructure (Sun-Times)
    • Letter: Why Can't Metra Cars Arrive on Time? (Tribune)
    • In Praise of Lakefront Trail Excursions in Challenging Weather (Tribune)
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