Amtrak Restores Nearly All Service Through ChicagoCHICAGO (AP) - Amtrak officials say the rail line is nearly back on track after frigid, snowy weather caused delays and cancellations last week.
Amtrak says it plans to restore nearly all service to and from Chicago on Sunday.
Amtrak officials say they will operate all Chicago hub services except one train on the line between Chicago and St. Louis. They say they've added seats to another train to make up for that cancellation.
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