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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, April 13

    • City deploys barricades, trucks in preparation for potential unrest over police shootings (Block Club)
    • Block-by-block analysis of where North Michigan stands after impact of pandemic, unrest (Tribune)
    • CDOT seeking station location input for West and Southwest side Divvy expansion (Block Club)
    • Bus driver fatally struck Agata Gorz, 42, in Palos Heights (Sun-Times)
    • After driver strikes and drags man, 44, in Logan, officials say new stop signs aren't an option (Block Club)
    • Man stabbed in neck on Pulaski Blue platform is 4th CTA stabbing victim in last month (Sun-Times)
    • Prosecutors: Des Plaines man was driving 108 mph when he killed family of three (Tribune)

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