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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, January 29

    • Merchants brace for closures of Red Line stops for RPM (Block Club)
    • Male driver killed after crashing into Niles Police Department parking garage (ABC)
    • DUI charges for driver who seriously injured man on Gold Coast sidewalk (Sun-Times)
    • 2 pedestrians seriously injured in Villa Park crash (NBC)
    • Female pedestrian was struck by a falling lamp post on LaSalle Street (CBS)
    • Man on Pink Line beaten after asking another music to turn down loud music (ABC)
    • Alleged drunk driver crashed into a parked SUV and fence on Near West Side (Sun-Times)
    • For the 2nd time this month, Metra train hits vehicle at Caldwell/Central, no injuries (CBS)
    • Neighbors annoyed that CPS schools failed to shovel snow, won't be ticketed (Block Club)

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