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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, January 12

    • Car Driver Fatally Struck Cyclist at Division and Sacramento Last Night at 10:40 PM (CBS)
    • Woman Killed in Car/Snowplow Crash in Chicago Heights Monday Night (Sun-Times)
    • Family and Friends of Dennis Jurs Discuss the Significance of "Dennis' Law" (Tribune)
    • ACLU Will No Longer Get Names, Badge Numbers of Officers Who Make Street Stops (DNA)
    • Freezing Rain Delayed Green and Red Line Trains This Morning (DNA)
    • Track Problems Delayed Brown Line Service Near Merchandise Mart Yesterday (DNA)
    • Senior Housing Around Near Bryn Mawr Stop Will Have 174 Units, 190 Spaces (Curbed)
    • A Roundup of Upcoming South Loop Bikeways (Including Some Cyclist-Scolding) (NLR)

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