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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, January 11

9:01 AM CST on January 11, 2017

    • Lucas Museum, Which Would Have Replaced a Chicago Parking Lot, Finds a Home in LA (DNA)
    • After Beach Park Ped Fatality, Officials Blast IDOT for Ignoring Safety Infra Requests (Tribune)
    • Man Killed While Crossing Oak Lawn's Dangerous 7-Lane Stretch of 95th Street (Tribune)
    • Coroner: Suspect Killed During Arrest Attempt on Metra Train Shot Himself (ABC)
    • Blue Line Train Delayed by Report of Man With Knife Near UIC-Halsted Stop (DNA)
    • La Villita Park Shows How Environmental Justice & Urban Planning Can Reduce Violence (SJNN)
    • OpenLands Is Offering Grants for Street Trees, Which May Help Deter Crime (DNA)
    • Morgan Streetscape Project in Bridgeport Will Include Curb Bumpouts to Shorten Crossings (DNA)
    • Ex-Active Trans Director Sadowsky Let Go From Portland Transpo Advocacy Group (Bike Portland)
    • How Yesterday's Insane Winds Affected Local Transportation (DNA)

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