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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, March 24

8:16 AM CDT on March 24, 2022

    • Residents report long lines of cars for Willie Wilson's $1M gas giveaway in Grand Crossing, Irving Park, The Gap
    • Latest news reports on Wilson's publicity stunt (Sun-Times, ABC, CBS, WGN)
    • Wilson refused to compensate municipalities for police OT: "I'm a taxpayer. I pay a lot of taxes... So no." (CBS)
    • Loyola editorial: "Millionaires paying for free gas is a Band-Aid. We need to make transit more accessible for all"
    • City Council approves new west tollway route to O'Hare, which will encourage more driving to airport (Block Club)
    • Lightfoot accused of ‘stacking the deck’ on Chicago casino committee (Sun-Times)
    • Prosecutors: Orland Park man was speeding he killed pregnant mother Lindsey Schmidt, 29, her 3 sons (Fox)
    • Driver citied for hit-and-run crash that killed Miriam Grande, 70, in Belmont Central (ABC)
    • Red Line service halted between Thorndale and Fullerton due to "track issues," fire department called (Fox)
    • Developers who demolish homes near 606, Pilsen will be hit with fees through 2024 after program extended (Block Club)

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