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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, May 4

9:22 AM CDT on May 4, 2021

    • Auto show is coming back in July as Chicago's 1st big convention (Block Club)
    • ISP: Byron McClain, 47, dead after suffering "medical emergency," crashing on Eisenhower (Sun-Times)
    • Woman driving car with 5 children is injured after crashing into Lawndale building (ABC)
    • No hate crime charges for driver who attacked group after reportedly yelling anti-Asian comments (Tribune)
    • LED Black Power fist mural by Kedzie-Homan stop is a walkability strategy (Block Club)
    • Divvy offers rewards program to members in exchange for distribution help (Sun-Times)
    • Daily Herald cycling columnist looks at the current e-bike boom
    • Online community meetings on south Red Line extension this Wednesday and Thursday
    • Blessing of the Bikes 6/13 noon at Tabor Church, 3542 W. Sunnyside

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