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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, January 14

    • Daily Herald Calls on Rauner to Pull the Plug on the Illiana Once and for All
    • As Bills Trial Opens, His Lawyer Argues CDOT Official Was a Powerless Scapegoat (Sun-Times)
    • Crains: High Price for Land Needed for Tollway Extension Reflects City/State Conflict
    • Senior Struck Near Division/LaSalle Has Died From Her Injuries (CBS)
    • County Will Pay $6M to Family of Teen Killed on His Bike During Police Chase (Tribune)
    • DNA: Annual Number of Tickets for Parking in Bike Lanes Has Doubled Since 2011
    • North Branch Works Seeks Input on Improving Cortland/Ashland for Peds & Cyclists (DNA)
    • Metra will Allow Pets in Carriers on All Weekend Trains (DNA)
    • Adams Street Bridge Closing for 3 Months, Ped Access Will Generally Be Maintained (DNA)
    • Utility Work at Clark & Randolph Until April (Sun-Times)
    • Active Trans Recognizes Top Volunteers of 2015
    • Pro-Urbanism Group Jeff Park Forward Holds Its Next Meeting on Tuesday (DNA)

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