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    • NYPD Crash Reports and Investigations Hidden From Public -- And Victims, Too (WNYC)
    • WNYC Reporters Talk About Station's Year-Long Project on Traffic Fatalities
    • It's Hard for Victims' Families to Speak Up, But It's Critical to Making Change (The Weekly Nabe)
    • Advocates Lament New York's Uncertain Transit Funding Future (CapNY)
    • Court Throws Out Five Queens DWI Cases After Ruling NYPD Set Up Illegal Checkpoint (DNA)
    • Driver Crashes, Flips Vehicle in Flatlands After Gunman Opens Fire (News)
    • Port Authority Chair, Under Investigation, Skeptical That PA Can Be Reformed (WNYC)
    • Bronx Community Boards Seek More Training to Influence City Planning Decisions (City Limits)
    • A New Bike Corral Could Be On Its Way to Red Hook (DNA)
    • Woman Arrested for Driving SUV On Top of Q Train After Lying About Carjacking (DNANews)
    • This Is One Way to Get TLC to Suspend Your Hack License (Gothamist, WPIX)

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