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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, March 16

8:57 AM CDT on March 16, 2016

    • Anti-Traffic Cam Candidates Ken Dunkin & Jason Gonzalez Lose State Rep Races (Sun-Times)
    • Police Search for Minivan From Hit-and-Run Crash That Killed Senior in Chicago Lawn (Sun-Times)
    • Driver Critically Injures Woman & Girl in Cicero, Flees the Scene (ABC)
    • Motorist Injures 70-Year-Old Woman on Bike in Glencoe (Tribune)
    • Grand Rapids' Successful BRT Line Is a Model for Chicago's Ashland Plan (Active Trans)
    • Rehab of Lakeview's Intelligentsia Building Will Swap Garage Parking for Apartments (DNA)
    • Waguespack: Lathrop Plan Needs to Address New Ridership on Diversey, Damen Buses (Sun-Times)
    • Ontiveros: Commercial Avenue Needs Better Infrastructure to Attract Businesses (Sun-Times)
    • Lawsuit: CTA Bus Driver Dragged Man Whose Foot Was Stuck in the Door (Sun-Times)
    • Charge Against the Red Line Cell Phone Jammer Reduced to a Misdemeanor (Tribune)
    • Closures of LSD's Grand On-Ramp for Navy Pier Flyover Work (Sun-Times)
    • New "Express Drive" Program Lets Lyft Drivers Rent a General Motors Vehicle (Crain's)

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