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    • Illinois legislators pass bill to eliminate 20% local match for walk/bike infrastructure (ATA)
    • Conductors on Union Pacific Metra lines resumed collecting fares today (Evanston Now)
    • 15-year-old Chicago boy among 2 killed in crash on I-90 in Hoffman Estates (WGN)
    • Wrong-way hit-and-run driver who fatally struck Maria Chiqui, 55, in the Loop charged (ABC)
    • Driver who struck and killed man, 72, in Avalon Park cited (Sun-Times)
    • Body of young man found in LaSalle Blue Line station early Saturday morning (NBC)
    • City continues to bring COVID vaccination to residents via mobile vaccination buses (ABC)
    • Publisher buys all ad space in Logan station for $48K to turn it into an art gallery (Block Club)
    • Glenwood Avenue Arts Fest, Chalk Howard Street return to Rogers Park this summer (Block Club)
    • Tips for enjoying the LFT from Gerardo Garcia, owner of Lakeshore Bike (ABC)
    • Meet the winners of the Ride a Divvy Bike in an  Avocado Costume Challenge

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