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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, January 31

9:11 AM CST on January 31, 2023

    • Buckner calls for better transportation access to revitalize downtown (Axios)
    • Driver killed after plunging car into freezing Aurora retention pond (ABC)
    • Pickup driver killed after striking crash attenuator while trying to enter counter-flow lane near mile 33 on I-294 (ABC)
    • Audi driver, 77, ran red in Naperville, striking Cadillac and seriously injuring driver, 74 (Positively Naperville)
    • 3 injured, including 2 pedestrians, after hit-and-run driver ran red at 75th/State, striking another vehicle (ABC)
    • $99K awarded to CTA electrician who claimed harassment at work, including noose hung at a rail garage (FOX)
    • Block Club looks at push to honor Black bike racing legend  Major Taylor with a Congressional Gold Medal
    • Virtual meeting on Clark Street Crossroads plan, including proposal for PBLs from Montrose to Foster, tonight at 5 PM
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