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Today’s Headlines for Friday, April 28

    • Commentary: Will the NASCAR races be worth the mess they bring to Chicago’s Grant Park? (Tribune)
    • 104-unit ‘workforce housing’ development planned next to Howard Red Line station in Rogers Park (Block Club)
    • Bicyclist critically injured in a hit-and-run incident in Vernon Hills (Fox 32)
    • West Side travel agent takes Chicago youth on trips around the city and to Ghana (WBEZ)
    • There's only one map of Chicago, Ted McClelland says — it's of generational disinvestment (Chicago mag)
    • Migrants sent on one-way flights from Texas stuck sleeping at O’Hare (Block Club)
    • Repairs on Michigan Avenue bridge are expected to continue through next week (ABC 7)
    • California launches legal battle with railroads that could reduce train emissions in Chicago (Tribune)
    • Speedier South Shore line is still in the works, but stops are still to be determined (South Bend Tribune)

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