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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, March 21

9:13 AM CDT on March 21, 2023

    • Driver in custody after fatally striking Bernadita Libot, 72, in 9200 block of Harlem in Morton Grove (CBS)
    • Teen driver fleeing police runs over Waukegan man who had been on hood of her car (ABC)
    • Allegedly drunk driver struck 3 vehicles in Yorkville, caused 4 drivers to veer into creek (NBC)
    • UP-NW service has resumed after being halted near Barrington due to track obstruction this morning (CBS)
    • Metra has started two-year $14.5M construction project at its Homewood Station (NWI Times)
    • U. of Chicago celebrates Pedestrian Safety Week by telling people to wave red flags to ask drivers not to hit them
    • On the third anniversary of COVID, Sun-Times runs gallery of streets emptied during Stay at Home
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