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    • More coverage of passage of Complete Streets and Smart Streets ordinance in committee (Sun-Times, Block Club)
    • Man, 80, died from injuries sustained in a two-vehicle crash on icy road Sunday morning in Kane County (NBC)
    • 6 injured, 2 critically, after driver swerved into oncoming lanes to avoid another vehicle near Rush (WGN)
    • Woman, 70, in good condition after crashing car into Woodson Library, 95th/Halsted (FOX)
    • Police: Driver crashed into building after exchanging gunfire with another driver in Irving Park (WGN)
    • Driver crashed into consignment shop at 47th/Vincennes after swerving to miss another vehicle (ABC)
    • Male critically injured early Monday morning after ending up on tracks near Division Blue stop (ABC)
    • Man charged with attacking girl, 16, on platform of Harold Washington Library station last month (FOX)
    • How the CTA's electric bus program has been adapting to winter conditions (Associated Press)
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