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Warming buses for migrants

Asylum-seekers congregate outside and inside Chicago Transit Authority warming buses Monday at Chicago’s designated landing zone for new migrant arrivals at 800 S. Desplaines St. in the West Loop.

Warming buses for migrants

Asylum-seekers congregate outside and inside Chicago Transit Authority warming buses Monday at Chicago’s designated landing zone for new migrant arrivals at 800 S. Desplaines St. in the West Loop.

WBEZ’s Weekly News Recap, Jan. 12, 2024: Snow, subzero temps, migrants, Trump and more

A winter storm, migrants housed on CTA buses, a challenge to Trump’s candidacy and more. Reset breaks down the biggest stories of the week.

Asylum-seekers congregate outside and inside Chicago Transit Authority warming buses Monday at Chicago’s designated landing zone for new migrant arrivals at 800 S. Desplaines St. in the West Loop.

   

A winter storm hammers Chicago. Voters challenge Trump’s candidacy in Illinois. As the weather worsens, Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson delays a 60-day limit on how long migrants can stay in city shelters.

Reset goes behind the headlines of those stories and much more in our Weekly News Recap.

GUESTS: Carrie Shepherd, Chicago reporter for Axios

Dave McKinney, WBEZ state politics reporter

A.D. Quig, Cook County and Chicago government reporter, Chicago Tribune

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