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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, April 4

9:00 AM CDT on April 4, 2023

    • Chicagoans, if you haven't early voted, be sure to walk, bike or take transit to the polls today. Here's our election guide.
    • Family of Numa Gilberto Munoz, 83, killed on bike in Hoffman Estates last June, credits CBS Chicago with spurring DUI charges
    • Driver issued Scott's Law citation after injuring trooper blocking traffic from entering flooded SB lanes of I-94 (FOX)
    • Aurora committee endorses an agreement with A. Epstein and Sons for bike-ped plan update (Tribune)
    • South Shore Line Bikes on Trains program is back, but only between Chicago stations and E. Chicago (Tribune)
    • Chicago Area Mountain Bikers prove reliable to help get trails built in area preserves (Daily Herald)
    • Letter: Bikes lanes are being "forced down the public’s throats" by an "overly powerful lobby" (Sun-Times)
    • CTA hosts job fair for people with barriers to re-entering the work force this Sunday during "Second Chance" month (WGN)
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