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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, April 18

8:59 AM CDT on April 18, 2023

    • WBEZ tests the accuracy of Chicagoland's Transit Trackers during a 29-mile trek to IKEA
    • Ald. Hopkins: There was a heated disagreement between CPD and CTA over cutting Loop 'L' service during weekend unrest (Herald)
    • 4 hospitalized after driver ran red at Kedzie/Madison Monday night (CBS)
    • Boy, 2, seriously injured in rollover crash at Pershing/Western Monday morning (WGN)
    • Brown Line trains halted twice on Monday night due to unspecified police activity (CBS)
    • Climate Action Museum Earth Day Fun-Raiser & Dance on Saturday 4/22, 6-8 PM at 300 S. Riverside
    • Equiticity will lead a tour of West Side community initiatives as part of National Shared Mobility Summit 5/2-4

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