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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, January 13

9:00 AM CST on January 13, 2022

    • CPS Teachers narrowly approve school reopening deal, but COVID-19 safety concerns linger (Block Club)
    • UIC researcher Stacey Sutton discusses the findings of her speed camera report (ABC)
    • Mark A. Molitoris, 45, fatally struck by a driver in Joliet (Patch)
    • 4 people shot near 63rd/King Green Line station Wednesday night (WGN)
    • A driver crashed through the wall of a Brighton Park clinic (ABC)
    • Railroad worker union and Metra reach tentative contract agreement (Progressive Railroading)
    • Greektown developer wins a reduction in car spots from 80 to 27, since Halsted is a P-street (YIMBY)
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