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Today’s Headlines

9:00 AM EDT on October 11, 2011

    • Jury Holds City Responsible for Dangerous Street, Awards Millions to Cyclist Injured in Crash (Post)
    • Rumor Mill: Former Giuliani Lieutenant Joseph Lhota on Shortlist to Replace Jay Walder (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • If You Want to Get Away With Murder in NYC, Kill Someone With Your Car (The Daily)
    • China's Electric Car Push Won't Reduce China's Greenhouse Gas Emissions (Dot Earth)
    • Will NYPD's Traffic Ticket Corruption Undercut Upcoming Bronx Murder Trial? (News)
    • Manhattan Gas Stations Facing Extinction (Crain's)
    • Drunk Driver Kills Deliveryman on Scooter in Brooklyn (News)
    • Off-Duty Corrections Officer Dies in Motorcycle Crash Near Queens Blvd (News)
    • Brooklyn Community Board 1 Ain't the Same Without Teresa Toro (Bklyn Paper)
    • Has the Columbus Avenue Bike Lane "Ruined the Neighborhood"? Find Out Tonight! (DNAinfo)

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