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Today’s Headlines for Monday, May 20

9:34 AM CDT on May 20, 2019

    • Lightfoot Wants to Maintain Civil Relationship With Trump for the Sake of Transpo Grants (WaPo)
    • Dorval Carter Is Staying on as CTA President Under the New Administration (Tribune)
    • Hit-and-run Driver Fatally Struck Cleo Andrews, 41, Near Chicago State University (NBC)
    • Police Are Trying to ID Woman in Her 20s Whom Driver Struck in Rogers Park (Fox)
    • Driver Crashed Into Spring Grove House, Pinning Woman, 71, Under His Pickup (Tribune)
    • Police Release Images of 6 Suspects in Attack on Sleeping Red Line Passenger (CBS)
    • Fight on Cicero Platform Halted Green Line Trains (Sun-Times)
    • Switching Problems at Union Station Saturday Caused Cancelations and Delays (WBBM)
    • Anti-Bike Lane Conspirator Chuck Schumer Calls for Probe of CTA's Railcar Supplier (Tribune)
    • City-Provided Free Bike Lessons Lessons for Adults Are Coming in June (Tribune)

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