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Today’s Headlines for Monday, January 24

    • Activists take call to shut down CTA if killer cop Van Dyke is released to Mag Mile and NW Side (WGN)
    • Better CTA service discussed as a strategy for fighting global warming during town hall on climate change (Tribune)
    • Driver charged- with hit-and-run crash that killed female pedestrian, 56, at Chicago/Kedzie on 9/16/21 (Fox)
    • Man charged in March 2021 Bishop Ford crash that killed William Collier, 4, in South Holland (ABC)
    • Man stabbed in head on Red Line at 79th Wednesday was 3rd stabbing on the 'L' within one week (Sun-Times)
    • Police release images of suspect from 12/26 armed robbery on Blue Line at Medical District station (Fox)
    • Night Ministry rep: More people are sleeping on 'L' due to cold, COVID hardships, overtaxed shelters (CBS)
    • Letter: I moved to Chicago partly for transit, but lawless environment on the 'L' will kill ridership (Tribune)
    • 13-car pileup on the Kennedy near Montrose on snowy Sunday morning, no reported injuries (Fox)
    • Block Club looks at Better Streets Chicago's campaign for municipal sidewalk snow clearance
    • West Siders are planning a beautification campaign to make Lawndale litter-free (Block Club)

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