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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, February 27

    • Mayoral Survivors Lightfoot and Preckwinkle Have Thrown Shade on O'Hare Express (Tribune, SBC)
    • Affordable Housing Advocate La Spata Beats Shared-Mobility Booster Moreno in 1st Ward (Block Club)
    • King, Who Has Blocked Car2go and Bike Lanes, Keeps Her Seat in 4th Ward (Block Club)
    • Bike Lane Blocker Hairston Faces a Runoff With Activist William Calloway in 5th Ward (Block Club)
    • Sigcho Lopez, Who Called for Affordability Measure Along El Paseo, Makes 25th Ward Runoff (CBS)
    • Anti-Displacement Alderman Rosa Wins a Second Term in the 35th Ward (Block Club)
    • Moore, Who Pioneered Participatory Budgeting in the U.S., Ousted From 49th Ward Race (Sun-Times)
    • Driver Who Killed Elizabeth Dunlap, 17, in Front of Naperville School Charged With DUI (Tribune)
    • Police: People Have Been Opening 'L' Windows and Punching Strangers as Train Departs (Sun-Times)
    • BNSF Trains Halted Near Cicero After Trucker Hits Bridge (ABC)
    • Mixed-Income TOD With 75 Units, 7 Spaces Planned Near Ashland Green/Pink Stop (Curbed)

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