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Today’s Headlines for Friday, January 31

    • IL drivers whose licenses were suspended for non-moving violations can get them reinstated (Block Club)
    • Fatal crash that may have been caused by medical emergency shut down 2 miles of SB LSD (CBS)
    • Community activist asks hit-and-run driver who injured his sister to turn themself in (ABC)
    • Police: SUV driver struck parked CTA bus in possible DUI in East Garfield (Sun-Times)
    • To meet clean energy goals, Chicago should improve bike equity (ENN)
    • DePaulia talks with campus community members who bike through the winter
    • Albany Parkers want to codify technically illegal car parking-on-curb practice (Block Club)
    • Learn about the South Cook Fair Transit Pilot at a meeting on 2/13 in West Pullman (ATA)

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