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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, January 15

    • Ahead of Council vote, Lightfoot changes position, supports scaled-back 606 ordinance (Block Club)
    • Loop Alliance, Site Design to release first plan for State Street in 30 years (RE Journals)
    • Driver receives multiple citations after fatally striking male pedestrian by Caldwell Woods (Tribune)
    • Driver fatally struck Ryan Baker, 26, in Yorkville (Tribune)
    • 3 people seriously injured after police chase ends in crash near McCormick Place (Sun-Times)
    • Driver charged in Brighton Park hit-and-run that critically injured male pedestrian, 73 (Sun-Times)
    • DUI charge dropped against retired priest in Orland Park hit-and-run crash that left teacher dead (Tribune)
    • Woman rescued after "suffering medical emergency" and falling onto Red Line tracks at Chicago (Tribune)
    • CPD: Another cell phone taken by force Saturday on the Red Line near Chicago Ave. (Sun-Times)
    • Block Club looks at the mess that is the Lakefront Trail right now
    • Vandals destroyed public art pieces at Garfield Red Line station (CBS)
    • Owner of pedicab company offers to recycle neighbors Christmas trees for free (Block Club)

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