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Today’s Headlines for Friday, January 15

    • Study Finds Link Between Bike Infrastructure & Gentrification in Chicago & Portland (WaPo)
    • RedFlex Bagman Says He Handed Over $557K in Bribes During Lunches With Bills (Tribune)
    • Union Station Shut Down for 30 Minutes Due to Technical Problems (Sun-Times)
    • Guilty Verdict In 2006 Metra Police Officer Slaying Case (Tribune)
    • Chatham Community Members Mourn the Loss of Slow Roll's Marian Hayes (DNA)
    • Driver Strikes Officer While Fleeing Traffic Stop at 73rd & Jeffery (WGN)
    • 12-Year-Old Boy Sexually Assaulted While Riding CTA Bus to School (Sun-Times)
    • CDOT Says Contractor Will Fix Chipping Bus Lane at Madison Bridge for Free (DNA)
    • Portage Park Will Be Getting 3 New Divvy Stations (DNA)
    • Downtown & Far North Hotspots for Bike Lane Parking Tickets (DNA)
    • Snowy Sidewalks Are a Problem in Elgin, But City Doesn't Require Shoveling (Herald)
    • Instead of Revenue for Parking Fees, Hanover Park Collects 1,600 Cans of Food (Herald)

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