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Today’s Headlines

10:07 AM CST on January 20, 2015

    • Garcia Not as Opposed to Red Light Cameras as His Earlier Pledge Indicated (NBC)
    • Mayoral Candidate Ald. Fioretti Will Intro Ordinance for Parking Ticket Amnesty (Tribune)
    • Driver Injured After Exiting the Roadway and Hitting West Garfield Park Corner Store (Sun-Times)
    • Coworkers Mourn Two Men Killed by Drunk Driver While Crossing North Avenue in Hermosa (DNA)
    • Campaign for Equitable Distribution of Bike Resources Hits RedEye
    • CTA Stations on Green or Blue Line Could Be Rebuilt if Obama Library Calls Chicago Home (RedEye)
    • Hertz Says You Should Come to Our Pedway Tour Fundraiser
    • Woman in Car Found on Frozen Lincoln Park Lagoon Died; Police Suspect Alcohol Involved (DNA)

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