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Today’s Headlines for Monday, March 20

  • Sun-Times editorial: What the next mayor can — and should — do for public transportation
  • Right-wing Illinois Policy: "Chicago speed cams failed to stop COVID-era crash epidemic, so they don't work"
  • Allegedly drunk, speeding driver killed 1, injured 4 in head-on crash in Bedford Park (NBC)
  • CPD looking for driver who struck and injured pedestrian on 3/9, 10:45 PM near Belmont/Greenview (CBS)
  • 5 injured, 1 critically after a driver crashed into sign in Arlington Heights (WGN)
  • Child among 3 injured in rollover crash on I-290 near Damen (FOX)
  • Man charged with striking officer, breaking his leg, during traffic stop at Roosevelt/DLSD (Block Club)
  • Charges filed in 8/7 sexual assault case on Blue Line near Jefferson Park station (Nadig)
  • Metra adding extra trains to UP Northwest Line due to Kennedy Expressway construction (NBC)
  • CTA, city eye community-centric development around future Red Line extension stations (WTTW)
  • In praise of NW Indiana's sprawling network of bike trails (NWI Times)
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