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Today’s Headlines for Friday, May 3

9:42 AM CDT on May 3, 2019

    • The City Is Breaking Ground on the New Damen Green Stop (For a 2nd Time) (ABC)
    • Still More Dockless Scooter Pilot Coverage (Block Club, CurbedTribune [Cartoon], American Inno)
    • CBJ: Blue Line Shutdowns Will Happen While O'Hare People Mover Is Inoperative
    • Indiana's Republican Gov Pulls the Plug on Chicago-Indy Amtrak Service, Ends June 30 (Tribune)
    • CPD Releases Video of Roseland Police Chase That Ended in Death of Danyla Owens, 2 (ABC)
    • Police Seeking Hit-and-Run Driver Who Injured Pedestrian in Tr-Taylor (CBS)
    • Lipinski Calls on Metra to Fix Falling Concrete, Failing Infrastructure at Union Station (CBS)
    • Lincoln Yards Plan Includes a Possible New Armitage Avenue River Bridge (ChiGov)
    • Funding Announced for Several NW Indiana Bike Trails (Tribune)
    • Editorial: A Fix for Chicago's Car-Impoundment System Is Long Overdue (Sun-Times)

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