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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, January 3


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• Johnson: Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is "sowing seeds of chaos" with migrant transportation (TRP)

• More Chicago suburbs approve efforts to limit unscheduled migrant drop-offs at Metra stations (CBS)

• A person was killed after being struck by multiple drivers in the middle of I-80/94 in Gary, Indiana (CBS)

• Hit-and-run driver killed Destiny Dixon, 23, in rollover crash on I-55 in Braidwood (ABC)

• Hit-and-run driver crashed into another car, causing it to crash into church Tuesday around 11:17 PM near 73rd/Ashland in West Englewood (ABC)

• 4 in custody after stolen car driver crashes into another vehicle in Niles (ABC)

• Drivers warned as slick conditions threaten morning commute in Chicago area this morning (ABC)

• Updates on the recent Grand and Milwaukee bike lane projects, which will be finished this spring (Block Club)

• Is bad CTA service the road to romance? A late bus led to the first marriage of the year in Cook County (CBS)

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