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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, January 10

9:22 AM CST on January 10, 2019

    • Op-Ed: Metra Board Members, Suburban Mayors Call for Properly Funding the System (Herald)
    • (FBI-Investigated) Mayoral Candidate Dorothy Brown Calls for a Bike Registration Fee (Sun-Times)
    • The Chicago Tribune Looks at 6 Upcoming "Megadevelopments"
    • Man Charged With Intentionally Killing Carlos Posados, 22, With Truck in W. Chatham (Sun-Times)
    • CPD Credits Hi-Def Cams for Arrests in Group Attack at Chicago Ave. Red Line Stop (CBS)
    • State Police Time Used to Target "Left Lane Lollygaggers" to Help Others Drive Fast (CBS)
    • $500K Needed to Turn Contaminated Lot Next to 606 Into Entrance Park (Block Club)
    • Work Begins on Cary's Downtown Metra Station (Herald)
    • Red Line Transformed Into "Blood Line" to Encourage Donations (Block Club)

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