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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, January 10

9:04 AM CST on January 10, 2017

    • A Roundup of Local Sustainable Transportation Projects Funded Under Obama (DNA)
    • Emanuel Discussed TIFIA Loan, Rapid Innovation Fund Programs With Trump (Sun-Times)
    • Emanuel Said (Jokingly?) That Divvy Is a Bigger Threat to Cabbies Than Uber Is (Tribune)
    • After Killing Senior, Driver Tells Police Victim "Jumped in the Middle of the Road" (Tribune)
    • Metra Shooting Prompts Questions of Why Police Tried to Arrest Suspect on Train (Tribune)
    • Track Conditions Caused Southbound Red Line Delays on Far North Side (Tribune)
    • Here's Why Metra Workers Set the Tracks on Fire During Really Cold Weather (DNA)
    • Ald. Napolitano Discusses Why Edison Park Residents Are Against Multiunit Housing (DNA)
    • Shared Sidewalk Program Accepting Apps at Midnight, Expected to Fill Up in 24 Hours (DNA)
    • An Elgin Family Leaves the Car Parked by Using Bikes and Transit to Get Around (Tribune)
    • Newspaper Box Placemaking: Meet Rogers Park's #RedEyeRobot (DNA)
    • Gallery: Sunday Was a Cold Day for the No Pants Subway Ride (Tribune)

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