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Today’s Headlines for Monday, March 2

8:38 AM CST on March 2, 2020

    • Prosecutors drop charges against CTA police shooting victim, who has regained consciousness (Tribune)
    • Hit-and-run driver killed man on bike, 61, on Lake Street, a mile from where cyclist was killed last year (Sun-Times)
    • Man, 41, fatally dragged by Red Line train after getting foot caught in closing doors at Roosevelt (Sun-Times)
    • CPD chase ends with fatal crash into River North fire hydrant (ABC)
    • ISP chase ends with suspect crashing into Roseland living room, breaking gas main (NBC)
    • $150K bond for driver in alleged DUI crash that sent flaming car off Interstate 57 onto Metra tracks (Tribune)
    • How accessory dwelling units could make Chicago housing more affordable (Curbed)
    • SBC's Courtney Cobbs offers advice on how to get dangerous intersections fixed (Curbed)

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