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Today’s Headlines for Friday, January 21

11:22 AM CST on January 21, 2022

    • Hit-and-run driver killed retired police officer Richard Haljean, 57, as he crossed Edison Park street (ABC)
    • Driver fatally struck Alyssa Charles, 24, in North Chicago and fled the scene (Daily Herald)
    • Carjacker stole Jeep with 2 young girls inside in West Ridge, crashed, children were unhurt (ABC)
    • There have been 2 cases of Metra trains hitting cars at 111th - Morgan Park in one week (Tribune, ABC)
    • To accommodate signal work, Blue Line riders will have to switch trains at Rosemont on weekends (CTA)
    • North Lawndale police parking lot is slated to become affordable housing (Block Club)
    • The old Garfield Green station is now a hub for South Side businesses thanks to U. of C. program (Block Club)
    • Daily Herald bike columnist: Here's some inspiration to make your 2022 cycling goals happen

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