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Today’s Headlines for Monday, May 2

9:00 AM CDT on May 2, 2022

    • Advocates call for removing road expansion projects from CMAP regional plan (ATA)
    • Ald. Beale once again failed to raise ticketing threshold for speed cameras back to 10 mph (CBS)
    • Durbin says $2M in federal funding is lined up for e-bus upgrades to 103rd St. garage (Fox)
    • ISP: Driver fatally struck pedestrian Friday night on Bishop Ford (ABC)
    • Man, 41, survives being stabbed in head, pushed onto tracks Saturday night at Cicero Green station (Fox)
    • Man, 39, stabbed by man he didn't know Saturday night at North/Damen stop (ABC)
    • Man, 29, stabbed in arm during random attack Sunday morning at Midway Orange stop (ABC)
    • Violence Interrupters patrol Red Line trains for 2nd time, plan to meet with city leaders (ABC)
    • Lincoln Square neighbors rally for affordable housing amid parking-fueled debate (Block Club)
    • Homewood has local artists painting U-shaped bicycle stalls for spring installation (Tribune)
    • Dancing Washington Park crossing guard has been making resident smile for years (Block Club)
    • Equicity hosts "Musicality of North Lawndale" ride series every Friday in May at 1512 S. Pulaski Rd.

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