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Today’s Headlines for Friday, January 28

    • This year Chicago's court-mandated count of homeless population will include those sheltering on CTA (CBS)
    • 2 men died after motorist shot at them near Wilson/Clark, and their car crashed and caught on fire (Block Club)
    • 2 injured after car driver sideswiped pickup truck on 7000 block of South Chicago Ave. (Fox)
    • Pedestrian traffic rerouted after "suspicious object" found at Lake/Michigan (ABC)
    • New ordinance would prohibit city from charging carjacking victims towing and storage fees (Block Club)
    • State legislators considering bill to require life rings at all public access points along Lake Michigan (Block Club)
    • Upgrades to "Soul City Corridor" of Chicago Ave. will include bike/bus lanes, pedestrian improvements (FSM)
    • Want to live cheaper in Chicago? Get a CTA pass and ride a bike (Time Out Chicago)

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