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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, May 12

9:00 AM CDT on May 12, 2020

    • Lightfoot provides a few more clues about what the reopening of the LFT could look like (Block Club)
    • Hit-and-run driver causes 6-car pile-up in Chatham, injuring one of the other motorists (Sun-Times)
    • Crawford plant redeveloper hit with $2,500 fine due to water running into canal (Block Club)
    • West Ridge's Great Jewish Family Fest canceled, replaced with a car parade (Block Club)
    • MPC's Debbie Liu named one of Crain's magazine's 20 in Their Twenties
    • "No place like home" mural installed by Bickerdike development at former L. Frank Baum site (Crain's)
    • Cars sitting idle during Stay at Home is great, but it does present maintenance challenges (Southtown)

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