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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, February 24

9:02 AM CST on February 24, 2022

    • Per SBC reporter Igor Studenkov, the Kyiv Metro is waiving fares so residents can shelter from Russian bombings
    • CTA ‘"ghost buses" hamper commuters amid cold weather, COVID-19 (Medill Reporter)
    • Man pleads guilty to street racing before killing pedestrian Alberto Quintero-Martinez in W. Chicago (Daily Herald)
    • Driver charged with homicide for hit-and-run that killed Christine Campbell, 70, on Lower Wacker Drive (ABC)
    • Chicago Police chaplain helped save a driver who was trapped in car after flipping it on the Kennedy (CBS)
    • Ava Gentile, 12, is honored with $5K check for helping to evacuate school bus stuck on Metra tracks (CBS)
    • Milwaukee between Logan and Sacramento designated as a P-Street, banning car-centric land uses (Block Club)
    • CDOT closed the Buena (4200 N.) underpass to the Lakefront Trail because it's crumbling (Block Club)
    • The CTA issues an RFP for public art for new Argyle, Lawrence, Berwyn and Bryn Mawr stations (Fox)

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