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Today’s Headlines for Friday, April 27

8:39 AM CDT on April 27, 2018

    • More Coverage of Chicago's Upcoming Dockless Bike-Share Launch (Tribune)
    • Chicago Introduces CityKey, a Combination ID, Ventra, and Library Card (Sun-Times)
    • AAA Study: The Number of Hit-and-Run Fatality Cases Is Growing (Tribune)
    • Service Drives on Randolph Restaurant Row Could Be Turned Into "People Spots" (Tribune)
    • Here's Why Northerly Island's Bike and Pedestrian Path Is Still a Mess (Tribune)
    • Thoughts on the St. Louis LimeBike System and Racial Justice (Of Magic and Madness)
    • Elgin Ends Its 45-Year Ban on Ice Cream Trucks and Carts (Herald)Banner for our fundraising campaign that says Donate and help us win a $50,000 grant from The Chicago Community Trust to hire a new reporter

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