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Today’s Headlines for Monday, March 21

    • CTA crime up nearly 56% in Jan and Feb, violent crime up 24%, property crime up over 200% (Tribune)
    • 3 injured, including 3 children, after turning SUV driver failed to yield to CTA bus (ABC)
    • Hit-and-run driver inflicted leg injury on man walking in River North (CBS)
    • Driver slams into 2 homes in Norwood Park, causing one to partially collapse (ABC)
    • Man shot in calf during argument over South Austin car crash (NBC)
    • Man sentenced to 25 years for 2013 beating death of a stranger a Green Line platform (ABC)
    • 360 N. Green mixed-use building with 90 parking spots will replace parking lot next to Metra tracks (Urbanize)
    • CTA, Pace, and Metra honor drivers, operators on "Transit Driver Appreciation Day" (CBS)
    • John discusses riding the Red and Blue lines for 12 hours on a Friday night in Outside the Loop Radio

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