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Today’s Headlines for Monday, January 9

    • Thanks Obama: Feds Approve $1.1B Grant for Red & Purple Modernization (Crain's)
    • $50 Million Garfield Gateway Project to Improve Green Line Station Announced (Sun-Times)
    • Police Shot and Killed a Murder Suspect Aboard a Metra Train in Deerfield (Tribune)
    • DNA looks at Logan Square's Affordable Housing Issues
    • Anti-TOD With 38 Units, 52 Spaces Proposed Near Chicago Brown Line Stop (Curbed)
    • Local Cyclists Share Tips on Winter Biking (RedEye)
    • Chicago Has a 60-Year-Old Tugboat That's Still Used for Breaking Up River Ice (DNA)
    • Feeling SAD? Go Check Out the Cheerful Light Installation on the 606 (Chicagoist)
    • Active Trans' Winter Bike Commuter Challenge Takes Place January 13-27

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