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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday for Tuesday, February 14

8:55 AM CST on February 14, 2023

    • ATA, Commuters Take Action, and Ald. Vasquez weigh in on how to save the 'L' (Chicago Magazine)
    • CTA safety and reliability: Here's what Chicago mayoral hopefuls had to say at our mayoral candidate forum (NBC)
    • CTA, Pace to launch joint, unlimited-ride passes February 20, merging day and multiday pass programs (Sun-Times)
    • Relatives, neighbor remember Donald Carter Sr., killed in crash with 13-year-olds driving stolen car in Robbins (NBC)
    • Shots fired following verbal altercation during Monday PM rush on Red Line train near Garfield, no injuries (FOX)
    • Logan Square land trust gets $5M state grant to buy and fix up properties to help slow housing displacement (Block Club)
    • NIU students weigh in on whether DeKalb should have a Metra station (Northern Star)
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