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    • Trial of Postal Worker Who Killed Marilyn Dershowitz Turns on Why He Left the Scene (NYT, DNA)
    • Post Acknowledges a Slain Cyclist's Humanity; Daily News All But Says the Victim Was Asking for It
    • Driver Ian Clement's Attorney Says DA Vance Was Pressured to Prosecute (News)
    • 13-Year-Old Cyclist Critically Injured in Borough Park Collision (News, Gothamist, DNA)
    • Two Bus Riders Hurt When Van Driver Hits Stopped B41 on Flatbush Avenue (Patch)
    • Traffic Violence Is Not a Plank in Chris Quinn's Mayoral Platform (DNA)
    • Ignizio and Lanza Don't Want SI Motorists Concentrating Too Much on Their Surroundings (Advance)
    • James Vacca and Jeff Klein Aligned With Crusade Against Pelham Parkway South Sidewalk (News)
    • Future of East River Ferry Service Remains in Doubt (NYT)
    • Jackson Heights Block Needs More Sidewalk Space (DNA)
    • Car Alarms, Car Horns, Car Stereos -- Just Another Sunday Night in Inwood (News)
    • Confusing: News Allows That Some Cyclists Are Not Bloodthirsty Lunatics
    • Tomorrow Is Primary Day, and the Endorsements Are In (Gotham Gazette, CapTon)

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