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Today’s Headlines for Monday, March 25

9:01 AM CDT on March 25, 2019

    • Uber/JUMP Is Lobbying Aldermen to Vote Against the Divvy/Lyft Deal (Sun-Times)
    • TransitCenter Looks at How the Need for Better Bus Is Influencing the Mayoral Race
    • Sun-Times: "Cross at Your Own Risk" Warning on Bridge Is a Sign We Need a Capital Bill
    • Passenger Killed When Driver Rear-ends Firetruck Helping With Another Crash (NBC)
    • Taxi Driver Crashes Into the Clark/Lake Walgreens, Passenger Injured (ABC)
    • Police Are Looking for Group Who Assaulted, Robbed Man Near Belmont Red (CBS)
    • How Should You Treat People With Mental Illness on the 'L'? (Tribune)
    • J.B. Pritzker Officiated Former CTA Chief Ron Huberman's (Noisy) Wedding (Politico)
    • "Modern Italy" Looks at Chicago's Balbo Street Renaming Controversy
    • Almost 50 Black Women Gathered for a "Black Girls Do Bike" Meetup (Tribune)
    • What Are Your Favorite Songs for Biking? (The Chainlink)
    • Interview Show With Veteran Chicago Bike Couriers Debuts Wednesday 6 PM

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