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Today’s Headlines for Monday, April 1

9:41 AM CDT on April 1, 2019

    • As Illinois Troopers Crack Down on Distracted Driving, Tickets by CPD Plunge (Tribune)
    • Woman Fatally Struck While Standing on I-294 Following Unrelated Crash (NBC)
    • Teen Ordered Held in Crash That Killed Off-Duty Sheriff's Deputy James G. Koch, 51 (Tribune)
    • 25th Ward Candidates Share Views on El Paseo (Active Trans)
    • Walking the River With 33rd Ward Candidates (Active Trans)
    • Metra to Stop On-Site Ticket Sales at Franklin Park (Journal & Topics)
    • How Has the CTA Changed Over Last 30 Years? For Starters, in 1989 the Fare Was $1 (ABC)
    • Celebrate "Drive to Work Day" Today With Active Trans

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