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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, March 10

    • More coverage of plan to more than double number of guards on CTA (Tribune, ABC, Block Club)
    • CTA operator union prez calls guards "window dressing," wants return of conductors (Sun-Times)
    • Driver, 25, dead after speeding, striking guardrail and pole on DLSD near 51st (Fox)
    • Driver ran stop sign, striking another vehicle and causing it to hit building at Cortez/Western (Fox)
    • West Central Association prez: Fulton Market Metra station needs fast-tracking (Crain's)
    • Streetscape design for "Soul City" corridor on Chicago from Austin to Cicero is progressing (AustinTalks)
    • La Grange Park trustees approve TIF money for infra, including ped safety improvements (Tribune)

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