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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, April 28

    • 6 months after death of Carla Aiello, Milwaukee bike lane repainted, but no protected lanes (Block Club)
    • State parks are reopening, Forest preserve parking lots are closing, Chicago parks staying closed (WTTW)
    • Letter: Reopen parks and hire social distancing ambassadors to enforce the rules (Sun-Times)
    • 2 people having their car towed on I-57 killed when driver struck them (Tribune)
    • Driver who allegedly crashed into Brown Line during police chase held on $100K bail (Sun-Times)
    • Metra fixes tightest track curve; workers wear masks during pandemic (RT & S)
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