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    • NBC: Lots of people are using the lakefront E. of LSD, even though it's still technically closed
    • Kamin: The lakefront is essentially open already, so open it for real with safety measures (Tribune)
    • Ald. Sigcho-Lopez wants cafe streets in Pilsen and Chinatown (Block Club)
    • Bars want Lightfoot to legalize outdoor service for venues that don't serve food (Block Club)
    • Driver who allegedly intentionally struck van, killing driver, charged with murder (WREX)
    • Naperville man charged with reckless homicide and DUI in fatal car crash (Tribune)
    • Chicago police officers rescue driver from smoking car in Eisenhower Expressway crash (ABC)
    • Driver crashes into building at 105th and Torrence in South Deering (Sun-Times)
    • Illinois Tollway installing giant beams on Mile Long Bridge (Tribune)

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