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Today’s Headlines for Monday, 27

9:16 AM CDT on April 27, 2020

    • SUV driver fatally struck man in crosswalk in Little Village (Tribune)
    • 2 dead after SUV side-swiped a semi on Tri-State Tollway (Sun-Times)
    • Sheriff's office: Speeding driver killed after striking pole in Wadsworth (Sun-Times)
    • 2 injured, including a juvenile, after driver crashes into Woodlawn building (ABC)
    • Trooper in crash while blocking traffic for stalled truck Saturday on I-290 (NBC)
    • What's it like being a Metra conductor during a global pandemic? (Daily Herald)
    • Schmich: Many are ignoring lakefront park bans. Could we use Seattle's idea to keep parks open?  (Tribune)
    • Schmich: Does it make sense to COVID-scold social distance violators? (Tribune)
    • Zotti looks at how biking helps morale during C-19, and the future of River Trail (Sun-Times)
    • Palatine bike club promotes safety cycling safety and education (Daily Herald)

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