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Today’s Headlines for Friday, April 20

    • Van Driver Killed Kiare Woods, 2, While He Was Walking With Aunt in Englewood (Tribune)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Fatally Struck Dorata Gieslinska, 56, in Boystown (Sun-Times)
    • Man Sexually Assaulted and Robbed Woman on Francisco Platform (Sun-Times)
    • Sun-Times: IDOT Should Keep Releasing Data About Racially Biased Police Stops
    • Drawbridge Malfunction Causes Delays on Two Metra Lines (Tribune)
    • Project to Build 20,000 Homes on South Works Site Is on Hold (Tribune)
    • Part of Dodge Ave. PBLs May Get Removed Due to Gripes From Drivers (Evanston Now)
    • Active Trans' Full Recommendations for Rolling Out Dockless Bikeshare
    • Kass Notes Unfair Bike Ticketing, Dusts off "Little Bike People" Catchphrase (Tribune)
    • Photos Show LaSalle Financial District Has Essentially the Same Layout as in 1950 (Tribune)
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