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Today’s Headlines for Friday, January 11

10:22 AM CST on January 11, 2019

    • Ald. Pat Dowel Opposes New South Loop CTA Red Line Station (Crain's)
    • Driver Fatally Struck Roy Faust Jr., 53, in Jefferson Park (Sun-Times)
    • 3-Year-Old Girl Killed, 2 Adults Injured, In Lower Wacker Crash (Sun-Times)
    • 4 Injured, Including 2 Children, in Avalon Park Crash (Tribune)
    • Chicago Seized and Sold Nearly 50K Cars Over Tickets Since 2011 (WBEZ)
    • Mary Schmich Explains How and Why to Do the Dutch Reach (Tribune)
    • Hubbard Murals Project May Involve New Sidewalk, Moving Bike Lanes (Reader)
    • No Pants Subway Ride Is This Sunday
    • ATA Candidate Forum on Improving Bus Ridership This Tuesday (Block Club)

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