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8:57 AM EST on January 13, 2014

    • Cooper Stock, 9, Killed by Cab Driver in UWS Crosswalk; No Criminal Charges (Gothamist, DNA, NYT)
    • Alexander Shear, 73, Killed by Tour Bus Driver on UWS; No Charges or Summonses (News 1, 2)
    • Nydja Herring, 32, Killed by Alleged Drunk and Unlicensed Driver in the Bronx (News, WCBS, News 12)
    • Car Wash Worker Killed While Attempting to Move SUV in Brooklyn (Post, WABC, News)
    • Motorist Crashes Into East Flatbush Restaurant, Injuring at Least Two People Inside (WCBS, WNBC)
    • Daily News: 2014 on Pace to Exceed 2013 Pedestrian Deaths; Post: Cab Drivers Are Killing With Impunity
    • Public Hearing on Bronx Soccer Stadium Set for Wednesday (Bronx Times)
    • Queens CB 5 Chair Expects Vote on Proposed Bike Lanes by Mid-February (QChron)
    • Crain's: de Blasio Looking to NYC, DC, and NC for Planning Commissioner Candidates
    • McMahon and Gelinas Call Shenanigans on Cuomo's Tappan Zee Funding Scheme, Whatever It Is (Post)

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