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Today’s Headlines for Friday, March 17

    • Driver Charged With Misdemeanor DUI for Fatal Lake Shore Drive Crash (Tribune)
    • Police Chase Ends With Suspect Injuring 60-Year-Old Woman (Tribune)
    • SE Side Leaders Say New Rail Car Factory Will Give an Economic Boost to the Area (ABC)
    • Metra Spends $1.2 M on Grayland Lot, Encouraging 68 More People to Drive There (DNA)
    • Plan Commission OKs 51-Story Office Tower That Could Have Its Own Riverwalk (Tribune)
    • West Loop TOD Plan Loses Density, Adds Parking (Curbed)
    • Chicago Should Be a Cautionary Tale as Toronto Considers Selling Off Parking Authority (Bullet)
    • Train Lines Line Be Rerouted for Work on Washington-Wabash Stop This Weekend (Sun-Times)
    • Momentum Magazine Updates Its Visitor's Guide to Chicago -- Read John's Version Here

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