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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, January 26

    • People for Bikes said Chicago cycling is awful, New Bike League report says our city is a best practice (Bloomberg)
    • Welcome back Carter: Alders scold CTA prez for skipping hearing on agency getting $26.1 M in tax revenue (Block Club)
    • Chief equity officer Candace Moore says equitable TOD is part of Chicago's Year of Healing plan (Tribune)
    • Round Lake Beach crash leaves man, 41, dead, 6 critically injured, including a child (ABC)
    • Trucker who was allegedly viewing porn on phone when he killed Martin Knip, 63, charged with homicide (Tribune)
    • After driver killed retired officer Richard Haljean on Touhy in Edison Park, neighbors call for speed cams (CBS)
    • O'Hare-bound Blue Line service temporarily suspended this morning after death on tracks at Division stop (CBS)
    • Video shows multi-car crash in Gary that shut down all lanes of I-80 Tuesday afternoon (Fox)
    • Alex Nelson from Better Streets Chicago discussed campaign for municipal sidewalk snow clearance (WGN)

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