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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, March 29

    • Driver, 46, cited after fatally striking man, 56, in five-lane 2000 block of N. Cicero in Belmont Cragin (ABC)
    • CPD: Squad car broadsided by minivan driver at Madison/Pulaski in West Garfield, 1 injured (CBS)
    • CPD makes it more difficult for non-involved civilians to get crash reports for unidentified fatalities, citing privacy concerns (CBS)
    • CTA worker, 34, allegedly tried to drag man, 54, out of LaSalle station, then beat him and threw down stairs, killing him (ABC)
    • Man, 35, charged with robbing and attacking female transit worker on CTA bus 3/17 near Madison/Damen (FOX)
    • Downtown Chicago Metra stations to add platforms for expected uptick in South Shore traffic (Tribune)
    • Hub32 will be an all-affordable building with 63 unit, 16 spots nearAshland/63rd Green stop (Block Club)
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