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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, May 5

10:01 AM CDT on May 5, 2021

    • Lightfoot sets goal to "fully open" Chicago by July 4 (Sun-Times)
    • Chicago’s new summer concert series is only open to fully vaccinated people (Block Club)
    • Video shows SUV driver, 77, slam into West Town bar, narrowly missing pedestrian (ABC)
    • King, residents argue over plan to reverse one-way street in Oakland as a traffic-calming measure (Block Club)
    • Burnett argues that tower next to Morgan stop with 320 units, 90 spots will make parking worse (Block Club)
    • Letter: We shouldn't rename LSD for DuSable because it won't magically solve all Chicago's problems (Sun-Times)
    • Looking for something to do with kids this weekend? Bike The 606 (Red Tricycle)

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