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    • NYC Prosecutors, Stymied by Vehicular Killings, Make Prosecuting Gun Crimes Look Easy (Post)
    • Will the Next Public Advocate Outdo Bill de Blasio on Street Safety? (CapNY)
    • Merchants Celebrate Opening of Spiffy Rehabbed Knickerbocker Ave M Station (News, MTA)
    • Citing Penn Station Congestion, CB 5 Opposes Madison Square Garden Operating Permit (DNA)
    • Starlight Park Is Open (Bronx River Alliance), But Obstacles to Access Remain
    • Giants Lineman David Diehl Pleads to DWI for Astoria Crash, Is Prohibited From Driving (Post)
    • SUV With Sleeping Infant Inside Stolen in the Bronx (Post)
    • New Jersey Cops to Lawmakers: Red Light Cameras Are Making Streets Safer (Star-Ledger)
    • Researchers Link Urban Motoring and Building Heat to Climate Change (NYT)
    • Steve Cuozzo Has Nothing But Love for the New Times Square

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