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Today’s headlines for Wednesday, April 10


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• Letters: Keep the Clark Street outdoor dining program (Tribune)

The South Shore Line back in full service without busing

• Barrington will hire four more crossing guards after teen killed by Metra train (CBS 2)

• Ald. Matt Martin (47th) to host meeting to discuss infrastructure improvements in his ward (Block Club)

• South Shore Line trains resume in Miller, Indiana (NWI Times)

• US Marine sergeant struck and killed while changing tire on Stevenson Expressway (ABC 7)

• Chicago's Radio Flyer to introduce its next electric bike model (Crain's)

• Chicago Pride Parade will be smaller and start an hour earlier this year (Block Club)

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