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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, January 11

9:00 AM CST on January 11, 2022

    • CTA warns of bus, train delays due to surging coronavirus cases, is "actively recruiting" (ABC)
    • Car caravan in support of CTU takes place around City Hall on 4th day of no school for CPS students (Block Club)
    • Stabbing victim crashes car into Ukrainian Village salon while driving to hospital, survives (ABC)
    • Driver charged with felony hit-and-run for August killing of cyclist Trinidad Salgado, 59, in Glenview (Tribune)
    • More freight trains could be coming to Chicagoland; Communities and Metra concerned about delays (Tribune)
    • New Glenview zoning ordinance would limit building height near Metra station to 3 stories (Tribune)
    • IDOT is hosting a virtual hearing through 1/21 as part of an ongoing study assessing the state’s rail system
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