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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, December 24

    • "Black Christmas" Police Abuse Protesters Plan to Take Over the Mag Mile Tonight (DNAChicagoist)
    • City Lab Lists Loop Link as a "Big U.S. Transportation Infrastructure Project to Watch in 2016"
    • Evanston Planners Get Ready for This Spring's Divvy Launch (Tribune)
    • Man Arrested for Loop Carjacking and Running Over A Good Samaritan's Foot (Sun-Times)
    • $75K Settlement for Cyclist Who Got Doored in West Rogers Park (Bike Law)
    • Chainlink Members Discuss the New Washington Protected Bike Lane
    • Urbanist Features of Beverly to Be Thankful For (Main Street Beverly)

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