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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, March 25

9:00 AM CDT on March 25, 2020

    • In addition to a CTA bus driver, a train operator has tested positive for COVID-19 (CBS)
    • Union leaders want coronavirus testing for all CTA rail employees (Block Club)
    • Pace is offering free rides for medical personnel during the outbreak
    • Matthew Williams, 16, killed in single-car crash in Niles (Tribune)
    • 2 exchange gunfire on Red Line train at 79th Street (Sun-Times)
    • City's hated parking concessionaire won't ease enforcement during pandemic (Block Club)
    • Chicago scores an 'A’ in social distancing, according to GPS project (Tribune)

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