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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, April 13

    • Bronzeville Trail, a 606-Style bike and pedestrian path for South Side, finally moving forward (Block Club)
    • Driver fatally struck Allen Lee Jr., 88, in Morgan Park last month (Sun-Times)
    • Ingleside driver had drugs in his system at time he killed Michael J. Brennan, 53, last year, officials say (Tribune)
    • Man stabbed during fight on CTA Red Line train near Chicago Ave., the 5th CTA attack in a week (NBC)
    • Falling 'L-juice' vexes drivers who park under CTA tracks, but CTA says it's not responsible (CBS)
    • Gas prices at stations near Metra stops are high, so take Metra instead of driving (Tribune)
    • Psst... Wanna buy Mies van der Rohe's cool apartment across the street from the MCA for $839,000? (Crain's)
    • Get beer and tacos at Revolution Brewing this month to help fund Logan skate park revamp (Block Club)

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