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Today’s Headlines for Friday, February 5

    • Driver fatally struck Tyler R. Malinowski, 27, on road without sidewalks in Romeoville (Sun-Times)
    • 4 hospitalized in I-290 crash at Wolf Road (Sun-Times)
    • CPD: Shooting outside University Village bar ends with crash on Dan Ryan and 2 shot (Tribune)
    • Passengers evacuated after small fire in engine of Metra train in Woodstock (LMCS)
    • New grocery store proposed near Irving Park Brown station (Block Club)
    • Neighbors want max penalties for property owner who illegally demolished Wicker building (Block Club)
    • Musician who left $22K flute on the 'L' gets it back, performs at police station and Logan stop (CBS)

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