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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, January 20

9:00 AM CST on January 20, 2016

    • Analysis: Illinois Paid $53M Penalty When It Sold $480M in Bonds for Infrastructure (Crain's)
    • New Study Finds Chicago Is Part of National Trend of Unequal Bike-Share Access (City Lab)
    • Former RedFlex VP Testifies in John Bills Bribery Trial  (Sun-Times)
    • City Rejects Cubs' Bid to Pedestrianize Addison & Clark During Games (CBS)
    • Driver Fatally Strikes Senior Near Antioch Shopping Center (Tribune)
    • Pick-up Truck Driver Plows Into Cicero Town Hall (Tribune)
    • Cappleman Is Asking Residents How Menu Money Should Be Spent (DNA)
    • There Have Been Nearly 300 Teardowns in Lakeview Over the Last 5 Years (CRED)
    • Developer Proposes Replacing Alley Store With 25 Apartments, Fewer Than 10 Spaces (DNA)
    • "Dibs Shame" Campaign Seeks to Eradicate Parking Spot Hogging (DNA)
    • Active Trans Hosts "Stories on the Move" Thursday at Township (DNA)
    • Friday's Winter Bike to Work Day Kicks Off Active Trans' Winter Bike Challenge (DNA)

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