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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, April 28

    • How to get a free $50 Ventra card, or a $150 gas card so you can use tax money to pollute the air (Sun-Times)
    • Motorcyclist, 49, killed in West Lawn crash is the 2nd motorcycle rider killed in Chicago this week (Sun-Times)
    • 3rd motorcyclist, 37, serious injured in crash with turning semi driver in Naperville (Tribune)
    • IL Policy: Chicago speed cams, which prevent 100s of injury/fatality crashes "have no safety benefits" (Sun-Times)
    • "Wild Chicago" host Will Clinger, 64, suffered a brain bleed during robbery at Addison station Monday (Tribune)
    • Police have stopped investigating several recent CTA crimes, including case of operator pushed on tracks (CBS)
    • Goose Island plan includes replacing defunct rail line along Cherry St. with bike path (Block Club)
    • Burr Ridge board hears proposal to widen Wolf Road, including bike-ped side path (Tribune)
    • The Daily Northwestern interviews members of local bike advocacy groups

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