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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, March 12

    • Here's what CTA and Metra say they're doing to fight the spread of coronavirus
    • Metra riders say trains are empty as people stay home, but ridership is steady on CTA (Block Club)
    • CTA police shooting victim Ariel Roman has filed a federal lawsuit agains the city (Tribune)
    • Tow truck driver runs several lights, kills motorist, flees the scene in West Lawn (Sun-Times)
    • Driver shot man, 70, in the leg after he tried to flee a minor car crash in S. Austin (Sun-Times)
    • Residents asked to weigh in on what Catalpa pedestrian plaza should look like (Block Club)
    • CTA forces employee to take down St. Patrick's Day decorations at Kimball Brown stop (Block Club)
    • Get national headlines at Streetsblog USA

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