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Today’s Headlines for Monday, March 27

9:42 AM CDT on March 27, 2023

    • CDOT's Biagi "discusses key challenges and achievements she has overcome and accomplished" (Intelligent Transport)
    • GoFundMe launched after van driver fatally struck Guo Ning Li 3/19 at 24th/Wentworth in Chinatown
    • Hit-and-run driver ran stop sign at Washington/Green Saturday, fatally striking James Richard Thompson, 26 (ABC)
    • 1 dead, 1 injured after driver struck another car Saturday morning on 4300 block of N. DLSD and fled scene (ABC)
    • Woman, 41, killed after Maserati driver made illegal U-turn Sunday night at 130th/Evans in Altgeld Gardens (CBS)
    • Man, 54, dies after being found in LaSalle Blue stairwell, CTA employee in custody for alleged assault (Sun-Times)
    • 2 in custody after man, 20, critically beaten on 69th Red Line platform (ABC)
    • Activists gathered in Chinatown Sunday to call for better CTA safety in the wake of recent attacks and death (NBC)
    • Two Canadian Pacific Railway freight cars derailed in Franklin Park Sunday afternoon, no injuries (NBC)
    • "We have to prepare": Towns grapple with more freight trains heading their way (Herald)
    • Hidden Oaks Nature Center in Bolingbrook will serve as Working Bikes donation site from 4/8-30  (Patch)
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