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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, January 6

9:02 AM CST on January 6, 2021

    • Minivan driver arrested after killing woman, 62, standing near a crosswalk in Logan Square (Tribune)
    • Driver faces citations after high-speed head-on Gresham crash injures 3 (NBC)
    • Year-old video released of officer running over woman with SUV, pinning her for 8 minutes (Tribune)
    • Red Trains between Belmont, Addison will be replaced by shuttles this weekend (Block Club)
    • NYC has a bike parking shortage, sees Chicago as a role model (NY Post)
    • Lines start at 3:30 AM, stretch for blocks at newly reopened secretary of state offices (Block Club)
    • Group wants plover nesting ground added to Montrose Beach nature preserve (Block Club)

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