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8:53 AM EST on February 21, 2012

    • Botched NYPD Investigation a Gift for Unlicensed Driver Who Killed Clara Heyworth (Gothamist)
    • Hit-and-Run Killer of Staten Island Cyclist Ronald Tillman Still at Large (Advance)
    • Off-Duty Police Sergeant Hits Parked Car in the Bronx, Refuses to Take Breath Test (News)
    • Tri-State Launches Radio Campaign for Tappan Zee Transit (MTR)
    • Bronxites Wary of Truck Traffic From FreshDirect Harlem River Yards Warehouse (NYT)
    • Residents Protest Upper East Side Waste Transfer Station (DNA)
    • West Village Sculptor to Install R2-D2 Bollard After Studio Rammed by Van Driver (DNA)
    • Dangerous Streets, Unreliable Transit Make New York Less Livable for Seniors (News)
    • Annoying Taxi TVs May Be Replaced by Annoying But More Functional Tablets (NYT)
    • Future Refrain of Lazy City Journos: "The Cyclist Was Not Wearing an Airbag" (Gothamist)

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