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    • Streets Become a Stage for Protest as New Yorkers React to Non-Indictment of Darren Wilson (DNA)
    • Driver Arrested in Bowery Hit-and-Run After Killing Pedestrian (News, Lo-Down)
    • Livery Driver Kills Delivery Cyclist Shan Zheng on East Houston; "No Criminality" (News, Lo-Down, AP)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Pedestrian Jason Aitcheson, 27, on Utica Avenue (News, WABC)
    • Naiem Uddin Was the Third M.S. 51 Student Killed by Drivers in Past 13 Months (DNA)
    • Pete Donohue Has Had It With Staten Island Pols Griping About Verrazano Tolls (News)
    • NYPD Isn't Ticketing Speeders Using Marine Park Streets as Belt Pkwy Shortcut (Bklyn Daily)
    • Driver Who Led Chase While Hiding Drugs Pleads Guilty to Reckless Endangerment Charge (Advance)
    • Sam Schwartz Has a Design Cure for Central Park -- And It Starts With Making It Car-Free (News)
    • South Nyack Officials Upset That TZB Bike-Ped Path Will Land in Their Village (LoHud)
    • PBS NewsHour Gives an Introduction to Vision Zero for a National Audience

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