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8:59 AM EDT on October 5, 2012

    • Big-Name Architects Chosen for MLS Stadium; Plans for 4,100 Parking Spots, Plus 300 for VIPs (CapNY)
    • NYPD Lieutenant Suspended After Being Charged with Williamsburg Hit-and-Run (Post)
    • TZB: "The Questions Kept Coming, With Many...Dissatisfied With the Answers" (Hudson Independent)
    • 93 Year-Old and Son Fight for Classic Car's Indoor Co-op Parking Spot (News)
    • School Bus Driver Plows Into Syosset Home, Injuring 5 Children; Charged with DWI (Post, WSJ)
    • Bloomberg's Pitch for Free Transit: A Good Idea, But Not Happening Anytime Soon (CapNY)
    • Straphangers Campaign: Subway Announcements Are Getting Better (TransNat, Post, News)
    • Want to Grab a Seat Outside the Met? Too Bad, Thanks to NIMBYs (DNA)
    • Charming: S.I. Driver Charged with DWI Spits Blood at Cop (Advance)

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