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8:52 AM EST on November 20, 2013

    • Yasmelin Iglesias, 16, Seriously Injured by Driver in Sunset Park Crosswalk (News)
    • Nassau DA Rice Wants State to Update Its Drugged Driving Rules to Broaden Law's Scope (WNBC)
    • Cyclist Who Died in W'Burg Crash ID'd: Christopher Meyer, 34 (Greenpointers, DNA, Gothamist, WCBS)
    • Bratton Coverage That Wasn't Totally Focused on Horse Race From WNYCAMNYCapNYWSJCrain's
    • NYPD Officer Injured by Driver During Foot Chase on 42nd Street (WPIX)
    • After Rejecting DOT's Traffic Calming Plan, Bay Ridge CB Wants Fixes at Busy Intersection (News)
    • Judge Temporarily Halts Construction of City Island Bridge (Bronx Times)
    • CapNY Looks at Contenders to Serve as de Blasio's Industry-Friendly Taxi Commissioner
    • AG Schneiderman Wants U.S. DOT to Require Minivan Cabs Be Handicapped-Accessible (News)
    • NYPD Critical Mass Escort Arrests Rider for Loud Music (EV Grieve, Gothamist)
    • Vacca, Continuity Candidate for Speaker (CapNY), Wants DOT to Ramp Up Slow Zones (Bronx Times)

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