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    • Chicago moves into Phase 4 on Friday, including indoor dining, performance venues (ABC)
    • Civic leaders warn of gridlock, economic harm if commuters shun transit (Tribune, Crain's)
    • CTA distributing free "Travel Healthy" kits with masks, sanitizer, tips (NBC)
    • Healthy Schools Campaign endorses, open streets, Slow Streets, emergency bikeways
    • Evan Melau, 15, killed on bike after drivers struck him near Woodridge bike path (NBC)
    • Dan Ryan crash near 47th leaves 1 dead, 7 injured (NBC)
    • 4 hurt when drive crashes into building near Midway Airport (Sun-Times)
    • Lipinski makes another attempt at brokering Union Station deal (Crain's)
    • Matt Muchowski argues for removing Chicago tributes to fascist aviator Italo Balbo
    • Take a self-guided bike tour exploring history of 1919 Chicago Race Riots (Newberry Library)

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