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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, April 4


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• Mayor Brandon Johnson, 1 year after election: "Name one thing … I haven’t done"; Alders and activists: "Appointed a new CTA president?" (Block Club)

• Lasalle Street to get 1,000 apartments, including many affordable units, under plan to repurpose office buildings (Block Club)

• 1 person dead, 3 critically injured in crash Wednesday around 11 AM in southbound lanes of Kennedy in West Loop (ABC)

• DeKalb Deputy Christina Musil, 35, was killed last Thursday when truck driver ran off the road and crashed into the back of her squad car (ABC)

• Chance the Rapper remembers CPS teacher Charles "Charlie" Mills, 56, killed in hit-and-run crash on traffic violence-plagued Pulaski (ABC)

Chicago, Bike Grid Now: "Head to to see legislation that needs your support and also legislation we are fighting for."

• ATA's Movers and Shakers Ball is tonight 6-9 PM at the Chicago History Museum, honoring Ald. La Spata, Sen. Mike Simmons & Metra – Register here

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