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Today’s Headlines for Friday, April 5

9:08 AM CDT on April 5, 2019

    • How the New City Hall Lineup Could Influence Housing & Development Policy (Curbed)
    • Meter Deal Prevents Bus, Bike Improvements - Here's What Lori Can Do About It (Tribune)
    • Editorial: However Long It Takes, Get the Lincoln Yards TIF Right (Tribune)
    • Video: Drunk Driver Runs Light, Slams Into Police Vehicle at Belmont/Ashland (WGN)
    • Driver Who Killed Trooper Gerald Ellis was Cited 26 Times for Driving W/O License (NBC)
    • Lipinski, Amtrak Battle Over Union Station Woes (Crain's)
    • Access Living: Gang's Escalator-Heavy O'Hare Plan Will Delay Wheelchair Users (Tribune)
    • Editorial: There's Still Work to Do on O'Hare Runway Safety (Sun-Times)
    • The Bike/Ped Path on Northerly Island Has Completely Collapsed in Some Places (Chainlink)

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