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Today’s Headlines for Friday, January 27

9:02 AM CST on January 27, 2023

    • Axios looks at how the growing popularity of big pickup trucks is making Chicago street more dangerous
    • Porche driver ran stop sign at Jackson/Laramie in Austin, killing woman, 93, in crosswalk and fled (CBS)
    • CPD: Speeding driver died after striking pole and tree early Tuesday at 59th/Western in Gage Park (Sun-Times)
    • Man charged with drugged driving in head-on crash that killed 5-year-old, father in Round Lake Beach (LMS)
    • Boy, 6, found safe after thieves crash stolen car in Englewood (ABC)
    • Red service was disrupted north of Thorndale last night after empty car derailed near Howard (ABC)
    • Some neighbors worry conversion of bank buildings near Irving stop to 200 apartments will cause traffic jams (Block Club)
    • Safe Streets for All mayoral forum Sat. 1/28, 2-4 PM, at UIC’s Student Center West, 828 S. Wolcott Ave.
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