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Today’s Headlines for Monday, April 30

9:09 AM CDT on April 30, 2018

    • An Update on the Efforts to Build the Paseo Trail in Pilsen & Little Village (Tribune)
    • Active Trans: Tribune Editorial Takes a Windshield View of North LSD Project
    • Family of Ricardo Quiroz, Fatally Struck by Red Line Train, Seeks Answers (DePaulia)
    • 5 Hospitalized, Including 2 Bystanders, After Police Chase in Albany Park (CBS)
    • CPD Adds 100 New Officers, Patrol Vehicles Designed to Stop Carjackings (Tribune)
    • Tribune Blames, Government Dysfunction, Taxes & Debt for Illinois Population Loss
    • Is the Rush to Spend Illinois' $109M Volkswagen Settlement Motivated by Politics? (BGA)
    • Development Near Blue Line's Chicago Stop Would Have 226 Units, 97 Spots (Curbed)
    • Mashable Praises Chicago's Decision to Require "Lock-to" Bikes for Dockless Pilot
    • More Coverage of This Tuesday's DoBi Launch (Time Out ChicagoChicago Inno)
    • Test Ride Ofo Dockless Bikes With We Keep You Rollin' This Saturday (Chainlink)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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