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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, March 22

    • OEMC and CPD say they will help manage traffic and provide security during Thursday gas giveaway (Tribune)
    • High-speed crash kills, injures 2 in Washington Park, where alderman said speeding is a non-issue (Fox)
    • Driver struck semi on Kirk Rd. in Batavia, causing 6-vehicle crash with 2 killed, 2 injured (NBC)
    • Turning driver struck woman, 42, and girl, 6, in crosswalk at Berwyn/Ashland (Block Club)
    • Tribune readers call for conductors /more police / zero tolerance enforcement / ousting homeless on CTA
    • Metra to add trains to BNSF line to "restore service to near pre-pandemic levels" (Tribune)
    • Will County forest preserves celebrate 95th anniversary by asking residents to travel 95 miles on trails (Tribune)

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