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8:59 AM EST on December 11, 2013

    • Sian Green Sues City for Keeping Reckless Cabbie on Road Before Sidewalk Crash (DNA, Post)
    • Off-Duty Officer Dies After Flipping Car Onto Sidewalk at End of QBB Ramp (NYT, News, DNA)
    • Subsidized Yankee Stadium Parking to Be Replaced With Subsidized Soccer Stadium (CapNY, Post)
    • City Council Passes Bill in Honor of Ariel Russo, But It Doesn't Target Deadly Driving (News)
    • NYPD's New Crime Map Shows Agency Remains Far From Opening Its Books (TechPresident)
    • EDC Approves $43 Million Tax Break for Willets Point Development (News)
    • Observer Columnist: New Yorkers Are Waiting to See What Bill de Blasio Does With Transit
    • State Set to Close on $1.9 Billion Tappan Zee TIFIA Loan (LoHud)
    • Brooklyn Ink Looks at NYC's Vision Zero and 20's Plenty Movement
    • Port Authority IG Launches GWB Investigation (WSJ) as Implications for Christie Mount (WNYC)

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