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Today’s Headlines for Monday, January 10

    • CPS schools remain closed on Monday as stalemate between Lightfoot, CTU continues (Block Club)
    • Police pursuit of allegedly speeding driver in Gary ended with deaths of baby and woman in car (ABC)
    • Driver dies after crashing into tree in median of DLSD near Lawrence (ABC)
    • Icy conditions over the weekend led to many crashes, including one involving ISP trooper (NBC)
    • Large chunk of aluminum cladding fell off Hancock building last week week, frightening neighbors (Block Club)
    • Dia de Los Reyes celebration in Humboldt Park includes donation of 70 bikes to kids (Sun-Times)
    • R.I.P. to R & B scenester, "kosher cowboy," and CTA enthusiast Perry "Dancin' Man" Kanlan (Sun-Times)
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