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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, March 4

    • Konkol: CTA cop shooting is an argument for immediate release of police use-of-force videos (Patch)
    • Kass claims "there is little outrage" over the police shooting of Ariel Roman (Tribune)
    • CTA says no special cleaning protocols are needed during coronavirus outbreak (WBBM)
    • Train, 2 drivers crash in Garfield Ridge, no hospitalizations (Fox)
    • South Shore Line’s bikes on trains program has now expanded to 18 weekday trains (News Dispatch)
    • Lake County forest preserves may be getting bike-share (Tribune)
    • Community meeting tonight 6 PM on redeveloping park by State/Van Buren station
    • Geoffrey Baer's "Chicago by 'L'" doc debuts tonight at 7:30 on WTTW

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