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Today’s Headlines for Friday, April 21

    • The Reader asks: If unhoused people on the CTA is considered a public safety concern, who is the public?
    • City seeks public input on changes to the Central Area Plan for downtown (WTTW)
    • Greyhound site redevelopment would make Chicago the largest city without a downtown bus station (Bisnow)
    • Here's what Andersonville's new tree-lined public plaza could look like (Block Club)
    • 'Souper Heroes' provide soup to those in need at CTA stations — and it goes fast (CBS Chicago)
    • City institutes curfew for teens and has placed fences around Millennium Park (WBEZ)
    • Community weighs in on plan to redesign DuSable Lake Shore Drive (CBS Chicago)
    • Cleanup is underway after freight train derailment in Blue Island (NBC Chicago)
    • Indiana Dunes National Park offering free admission on Saturday (NBC Chicago)

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