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Today’s Headlines for Friday, February 9

9:56 AM CST on February 10, 2023

    • Ja'Mal Green: More resources are needed for unhoused people sheltering on the 'L' to improve conditions on transit (FOX)
    • Paul Vallas rents in Chicago but his legal permanent residence is in Palos Heights, near Chicagoland's best mountain biking (WTTW)
    • Cooper Roberts, 8, paralyzed in Highland Park shooting receives an adaptive bicycle (Daily Herald)
    • Man charged with armed robbery for 1/13 noon mugging of man, 40, at Central Green Line stop in Austin (FOX)
    • Police enforcing smoking on the Red Line at Monroe seize illegal guns from two teens (FOX)
    • Devon in Edgewater is getting new bike lanes, possibly protected, plus pedestrian upgrades and murals (Block Club)
    • Parent's want to improve safety at Peterson/Kilpatrick, a main feeder to Sauganash Elementary (Block Club)
    • Pullman Railroad Days to again feature historic railcar displays on May 20-21 (Trains)
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