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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, March 2

8:59 AM CST on March 2, 2022

    • IG report finds Black drivers are subject to "overwhelming disparity" in police stops (Block Club)
    • Chicago Business Journal looks at potential for Red Line extension to bring housing, retail to Far South Side
    • Neighbors cite increased car traffic as a reason to not have a casino at the 78 development (Block Club)
    • Church members mourn Pullman hit-and-run victims Adelbert Wilson and pastor Yvonne Lee-Wilson (ABC)
    • Red Line service disrupted Tuesday morning after person is struck, critically injured at Harrison (Sun-Times)
    • Fiery rollover crash shuts down Route 120 in far-north-suburban Gurnee (CBS)
    • At least 5 people attacked, robbed 2 men on Red Line on Tuesday around 9 PM near Chicago stop (Fox)
    • Chicago-founded Veo scooter company opens HQ in Santa Monica, CA, is hiring 300 workers (SMDP)
    • Here are CTA and Metra stations where churches are giving out ashes for Ash Wednesday (ABC)

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