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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, February 7

11:09 AM CST on February 7, 2019

    • How the Polar Vortex Spotlighted Weaknesses in Regional Transit (Tribune)
    • Sale of Land Approved at West End of 606 for 100% Affordable Development (Block Club)
    • Man in Critical Condition After Being Shot While Biking in Austin (Sun-Times)
    • Driver Who Killed Amira Nairat, 15, Was Arrested and Released Hours Before Crash (NBC)
    • Metra's Winnetka Station to Close Ticket Office in 5 Months (Sun-Times)
    • Can We Build Ashland BRT Already? Baby Born on the #9 en Route to Hospital (Block Club)
    • At Least $70K in High-End Bikes Have Been Stolen From Local Shops (Block Club)
    • A Cultural History of the Chicago Avenue Bridge, Currently Under Repair (Weakform)
    • "ON TO 2050: Exploring the Plan’s Digital Implementation Tools" Talk 2/21 at UIC

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