Today’s Headlines

  • Minor Charge, Release Without Bail for Driver Who Killed Navraj Raju (DNA)
  • School Bus Driver Strike Averted (NewsDNA)
  • MTR: “Halloween Marks the Peak of Pedestrian Shaming Season”
  • Uptown Needs Smarter Parking Prices — the Double-Parking Is Out of Control (DNA)
  • De Blasio Doubts Second Ave Subway Will Open in 2016 (AMNY, Post)
  • More on Friday’s Autonomous Vehicle Hearing (Voice)
  • James Oddo Wants the City to Speed Up Boarding on Crowded Staten Island Ferries (Advance)
  • Michael Kimmelman and Vishaan Chakrabarti Talk Penn Station With Leonard Lopate (WNYC)
  • The Post Really Appreciates the Chiseled Chest of This DWI Off-Duty Firefighter
  • NYC, a Rail Fan’s Dream (News)

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  • Kevin Love

    When I saw “No Bail for Driver Who Killed Navraj Raju,” I thought that the killer was denied bail and would stay in jail until his trial. Silly me. That only happens in places that care about human life. See:

    http://www.saultstar.com/2013/09/10/suspect-in-fatality-denied-bail

  • kevd

    Has the use of “prejudice” as an adjective (instead of prejudiced) achieved the level of NY regionalism?
    Should I only be mad about the NYSDOT victim blaming pedestrians and not also about their English usage choices?

  • dave “paco” abraham

    Having the mayor say the 2nd ave subway won’t happen by year’s end is perhaps the best incentive for Cuomo to get his MTA on track to actually complete it on time. Screw the straphangers… spite seems to be the only thing that gets Cuomo going.

  • qrt145

    Relax, it’s just a typ.

  • mattkime

    So does this mean that Navraj Raju’s killer won’t be charged with vehicular manslaughter? So the result is the same as if he had been caught driving and nobody had been killed??

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