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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, January 24

    • Trans former bus driver sues CTA, union for discrimination and wrongful termination (WTTW)
    • Long-delayed Ravenswood Metra station renovation could be done by spring (Block Club)
    • Driver fatally struck pedestrian at 33rd Pl./Cicero Ave., a month after man was killed on 1100 block of S. Cicero (ABC)
    • Hit-and-run driver struck and critically injured trucker, 25, next to his disabled vehicle near O'Hare (ABC)
    • 3 hurt after SUV driver ran red light early Tuesday morning on 600 block on N. Cicero in Austin (FOX)
    • Groundbreaking for 222 new apartments, upgrades to 184 affordable units at Roosevelt Square development (Block Club)
    • U. of Chicago dean John Boyer discusses his love of biking and shares his favorite bike routes in Chicago (Maroon)
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