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Today’s Headlines for Friday, January 22

    • FBI: John Bills Received More Than $18K in Lavish Perks From RedFlex (Tribune)
    • Alderman: Council Approved the Block 37 Rail Boondoggle to Avoid Angering Daley (Reader)
    • Switching Problems Near Clark/Lake Caused Major Delays on CTA Yesterday (Sun-Times)
    • Worker Injured After Falling From Ladder in Subway Near North/Clybourn (Tribune)
    • Algonquin Village Board Votes Unanimously to Shut Down Red Light Program (NW Herald)
    • Uber Operating New Operations Facility Near North Ave. & the Kennedy (Crain's)
    • Wicker Park Committee Will Vote on 200-Unit TOD Near Division Stop (DNA)
    • Bike Lane Ticketing Hotspots in Wicker Park, Logan & Humboldt (DNA)
    • Checking Out Construction on the Next Phase of the Riverwalk (Curbed)
    • You Can Now Tour the Chicago River Via Google Street View (DNA)
    • DNA Updates the Pedway Map With New Retail Establishments
    • Hearing in Cann Case on 1/26  (Per Active Trans, New Start Time Is 11:30am) (The Chainlink)

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