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Today’s Headlines for Friday, January 24

8:59 AM CST on January 24, 2020

    • CMAP study finds several Metra, CTA stations, have shortage of nearby sidewalks (Tribune)
    • 4 adults injured in crash involving school bus, 2 other vehicles at 79th/Stony (CBS)
    • Cam footage leads to arrest for robbery, attempted sexual assault on Red Line near Morse (NBC)
    • CPD: Teens targeted by armed robbers on the Red Line twice this month (CBS)
    • 2 police officers injured by unruly Metra rider who refused to pay fare (Patch)
    • Millennium Station evacuated just after Metra resolves issues that caused lengthy delays (Tribune)
    • The Real Chi looks at efforts to bring more Divvy stations to the West  and Southwest sides
    • Two Batavia schools selected to participate in Kane County Cycle Club program (KCC)
    • Cosmic Bikes' Justyna Frank joins BRAIN's 2020 State of Retail panel
    • Palatine board asks for a road widening, Active Trans and others oppose it (Daily Herald)
    • Residents worry 14-story, 90-spot office West Loop office tower would be too near Metra tracks (Block Club)

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