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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, May 5

9:06 AM CDT on May 8, 2018

    • Blankenhorn: Illinois Needs to Address the Rising Number of Traffic Fatalities (Herald)
    • Survey Finds Milwaukee in Wicker to be Chicago's Most Dangerous Biking Street (Tribune)
    • State Awards $36M for Bike and Ped Projects, Including 43rd Street Bridge (Tribune)
    • The City & Sister Agencies Own Most of the Land by the Obama Presidential  Center (WBEZ)
    • Driver Who Killed Stephen Flesher, 44, in Crete Charged With Aggravated DUI (Tribune)
    • Driver Fleeing Police Strikes CTA Bus in East Garfield, 1 Seriously Injured (Tribune)
    • Motorist Crashes Into Currency Exchange Near Wilson Station (CBS)
    • The City Is Surprised by the Big Demand for CityKey ID/Ventra/Library Cards (Tribune)
    • Beale Calls DoBi "Substandard," Wants Hearings on Bringing Divvy to Far S. Side (Tribune)
    • Equiticity's Oboi Reed Led the Madtown Unity Ride in Madison, Wisconsin (Madison 365)
    • IL Commerce Commission Staff: Lincoln Towing Deserves to Lose License (WGN)
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