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Today’s Headline for Monday, January 15

    • Tribune Editorial Calls for Expanding Divvy Access and Use Into Transit Deserts
    • South Side Weekly Looks at Oboi Reed's Plans for Equiticity
    • 4 Injured, Including Bus Driver, When Car T-Bones CTA Bus (NBC)
    • Overhead Wire Issues Disrupt Service on the South Shore Line (Sun-Times)
    • Niles Police Enforce "No Texting Tuesday" Distracted Driving Crackdown (Tribune)
    • What Happens if We Let Ride-Hailing Become Our Only Option? (MWHSRA)
    • The New Romeoville Metra Station Opens February 5 (Herald News)
    • High Waves Cause Closure of Lakefront Trail Between North and Oak (NBC)
    • Good Samaritan Takes off Boots, Gives Them to Homeless Man on CTA Train (ABC)
    • Troopers Tell "Bernie Sis" She Can't Hang Banners From Kennedy Overpass (Sun-Times)
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