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Today’s Headlines for Friday, March 11

9:27 AM CST on March 11, 2022

    • SBC funder CCT sponsors "How improving Chicago’s infrastructure can boost upward mobility" (Crain's)
    • Federal government extends mask mandate on transit, Amtrak, intercity buses, and planes through 4/18 (CNN)
    • 2 killed, 2 injured after speeding driver runs stop sign, strikes another vehicle, hits tree in W. Pullman (NBC)
    • Driver, 77, fatally struck pedestrian at 4:30 AM in CVS parking lot in Joliet (Fox)
    • 1 or the hit-and-run drivers who fatally struck Alex Hunt, 16, in Burr Ridge has been charged (ABC)
    • Driver released from prison after homicide conviction for killing 3 children heading to school bus (NBC)
    • Tips for using Metra to celebrate St. Pat's – no drinking on trains on Saturday (Chicago Crusader)

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