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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, April 25

    • Streetsblog Chicago co-founder John Greenfield injured in southern Illinois bike crash (Tribune)
    • Tribune commentary: Chicago needs long-term solutions to save the lives of its unhoused residents
    • What should downtown look like in 20 years? The city is creating a new plan (Block Club)
    • E-bikes are gaining in popularity with local police departments (Daily Herald)
    • Mayoral candidate Kam Buckner discusses disaffected youth and their right to spend time outside (Tribune)
    • Pedestrian killed in hit-and-run in suburban Waukegan (CBS Chicago)
    • Uptown farmers market returns next week in new location on Sunnyside Mall (Block Club)
    • Mayor Lightfoot attends opening of The Orange Line restaurant at Midway Airport (City of Chicago)
    • Person fatally struck by UP-N Metra train in Evanston yesterday morning (Sun-Times)
    • East Palestine families are still living in limbo months after Ohio train fire (Tribune/AP)

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