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Today’s Headlines for Friday, January 25

    • $6B Lincoln Yards Project Wins Plan commission's OK (Tribune)
    • Everybody in Chicago's Mayoral Race Says They Want Traffic Ticket Reform (ProPublica)
    • Driver Fatally Struck Cyclist Douglas M. Demott, 52, in Tinley Park (Sun-Times)
    • Metra Slows Trains Due to Extreme Cold (CBS)
    • Dan Lipinski to Chair Railroads Subcommittee in the House (CTJ)
    • Truckers Plan to "Slow-Roll" 100-Plus Miles on I-57 Downstate to Protest Regulations (WSIL)
    • Wilmette Officials Seek Ideas to Improve Biking, Walking in the Village (Tribune)

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