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Today’s Headlines for Monday, January 9

9:05 AM CST on January 9, 2023

    • 2 killed in fiery wrong-way crash near Stearns School Road/Route 41 in unincorporated Gurnee (ABC)
    • 5 injured, 2 critically, after driver sideswiped another vehicle and ran red at Touhy/Wolcott in Rogers Park (WGN)
    • 2 people in critical condition after motorist drives into ravine, car falls 40-50 feet in Highland Park (CBS)
    • Man in critical condition after being struck by 3 hit-and-run drivers while crossing at Madison/Central on 1/2 (FOX)
    • 4 people injured and in fair condition after driver ran red at Jackson/Michigan in Loop (ABC)
    • Surveillance video leads to arrest of man, 23, charged with shooting boy, 16, in face on Red Line on 12/18  (FOX)
    • People breaking into cars near Montrose/Racine in Uptown shot and injured man on bike who tried to call police (ABC)
    • Study will look at how to make "horrendous drag strip" on Montrose between Cicero and Pulaski safer (Block Club)
    • Study looks at the feasibility of extending Metra to DeKalb County (Shaw Local)
    • A WBEZ reporter bicycled 60 miles across our city in cold weather, talking to other Chicagoans who ride all year
    • Puerto Rican Cultural Center gave away free bikes to kids for Three Kings Day (ABC)
    • Rumor mill: Is the Andersonville chamber seeking feedback on the possibility of pedestrianizing Clark?
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