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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, April 13

9:05 AM CDT on April 13, 2023

    • Sun-Times: Make walkability a priority in NDLSD rebuild. Tribune: Add in-road vehicle charging.
    • Here’s how the NASCAR race downtown will affect traffic, including closures of DLSD (Block Club)
    • Editorial: NASCAR race "feels more and more like a lemon" (Sun-Times)
    • Speeding driver made another motorist crash into house on 55th next to Midway (ABC)
    • ...Two days after another driver was killed on Cicero next to Midway after colliding with tree and pole (ABC)
    • After Schwanda Cross cross was killed in 2001 Salvation Army van crash, daughter fights for settlement money (CBS)
    • CBS provides numbers for violent crime on buses, union says fear of violence is hurting CTA staffing
    • ATA offering mini-stipends to support community bike initiatives during May Bike Month and beyond
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