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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, April 1

9:31 AM CDT on April 1, 2021

    • Feds are investigating 2020 police shooting of Ariel Roman, stopped for walking between 'L' cars (NBC)
    • Activist Andrew Holmes hurt when CTA driver runs red, hitting 2 vehicles in Bronzeville (ABC)
    • Fire at Brighton Park paper plant shut down Kedzie Orange Line station (CBS)
    • Crystal Lake man missing after boarding Metra train to Chicago (Patch)
    • In light of Biden's $2T infra proposal, Lightfoot and Musk discuss reviving O'Hare Express boondoggle (Crain's)
    • Chicago-Rockford rail could become a reality in Biden’s infrastructure plan (WREX)
    • MPC urges local transit agencies to sharply reduce fares to lure back riders (Sun-Times)
    • CTA is limits capacity on buses and trains serving 1st game at Wrigley with attendees in 2 years (ABC)

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