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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, January 5

9:07 AM CST on January 5, 2017

    • Study: Buying & Renting in Chicago Area Strain the Budgets of Average Residents  (Tribune)
    • Active Trans Looks at New "Dennis' Law," Which Clarifies Cyclists' Right to the Road
    • MPC Elects a New Chairperson and 5 New Board Members
    • 5 Teens Charged With Robbing Bicyclist at Gunpoint in South Loop (DNA)
    • Drivers Are Still Getting Used to the New Argyle "Shared Street" Parking Layout (DNA)
    • Metra Is Seeking Input From Customers for Their "Ride Nice" Courtesy Campaign (CBS)
    • Construction Starts on 160-Unit, 141-Space Development Near Roosevelt Station (Curbed)
    • Many of the Private Shuttles That Are Clogging Loop Link Lanes Are All-Electric (Efficient Gov)
    • Good News? Chicago Ridge Mall Named a Top Venue for "Mall Walking"
    • City Survey: What Do You Think of the New Brighter Street Lights? (DNA)

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