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Today’s Headlines for Monday, March 14

9:03 AM CDT on March 14, 2016

    • The Anti-Trump Rally That Took Over Chicago Streets Has National Implications (Tribune)
    • Drunk Driver Who Killed Good Samaritan Who Tried to Stop Him Convicted of Homicide (Tribune)
    • 80-Year-Old Man Dies Nearly 2 Months After Being Struck By Hit-and-Run Driver (Sun-Times)
    • Pedestrian Fatally Struck in Avalon Park Identified as Sonja M. Stevenson (Sun-Times)
    • 29 People Injured When Chicago-Bound Amtrak Train Derails in Southwest Kansas (Tribune)
    • New Wilson Station Platform Will Open Next Monday (DNA)
    • An Update on Milwaukee Ave. TOD Construction (Curbed)
    • Algonquin Leaders Want to Calm Traffic, Improve Pedestrian Access in Retail District (Herald)
    • Lake Forest to Get First Metra Station Rehab in Almost 4 Decades (Tribune)
    • Beverly Alderman Matt O'Shea Meeting With CSX to Discuss Freight Train Delays (CBS)
    • Why the Evergreen Plaza Redevelopment Should Include Better Bike/Ped Access (Ridge99)
    • Goodman Theater Actors Discuss Their Long CTA Commutes (DNA)

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