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Today’s Headlines for Friday, March 19

10:16 AM CDT on March 19, 2021

    • Residents: It's unfair we can't store multi-ton metal boxes at the beach for free (Sun-Times, Block Club)
    • Katarzyna Kurek-Polk, 37, fatally hit by trucker after pushing husband out of the way in Elgin (Sun-Times)
    • Truck-car crash with minor injuries caused traffic delays in Romeoville during evening rush (CBS)
    • Drug charge filed in shooting, fiery crash at Six Corners, but shooter remains at large (Sun-Times)
    • Palatine switches red light camera operators (Journal & Topics)
    • Why wasn't statue of leader Gompers, who pushed for racist policies, included on CMP list?  (Tribune)
    • ATA's '80s-themed 35th anniversary online gala is Thursday 3/25

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