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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, April 8

9:01 AM CDT on April 8, 2020

    • Man dies after being allegedly shoved in front of Red Line train at Jackson stop (NBC)
    • Man in his 60s allegedly attacked bus driver with pepper spray in Lincoln Park (FOX)
    • Lynda Lopez on supporting the transportation needs of essential workers (Active Trans)
    • CPD says it will conduct "roadside safety checks" to educate residents about Stay at Home (NBC)
    • COVID-19 silver lining: Metra hopes reduced service will expedite construction projects (RT&S)
    • Affordable housing complex near west end of 606 awarded $1.5M in tax credits (Block Club)
    • Window-singing session of "Lean on Me" by the late Bill Withers on Saturday 7 PM (Block Club)

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