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Today’s Headlines for Monday, January 17

10:28 AM CST on January 17, 2022

    • Activists protested upcoming release of killer cop Van Dyke, calling for citywide CTA shutdown (Tribune)
    • Instead of getting fired, official in botched Little Village implosion gets written reprimand (Block Club)
    • Police: Driver blew a red light in Waukegan, causing 4-car crash that killed another motorist (NBC)
    • 19-year-old woman injured in shooting, crash near Joliet mall (Fox)
    • CBS: On average, a violent crime happened on CTA property every day in the past 30 days
    • Should "unremarkable" 111-year-old YMCA building near Naperville Metra be demolished? (Tribune)
    • Equiticity is holding the North Lawndale Racial Justice Ride for MLK Day today
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