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8:54 AM EST on January 28, 2015

    • Silver to Resign as Speaker; Rochester's Joe Morelle Will Be Interim Successor (NYT, Post, Capital)
    • Potential Assembly Speakers: Morelle, Wright, Heastie, Lentol, and Nolan (NYTC&SCapital)
    • Unlicensed Motorist Faces Careless Driving Charges After Killing Bath Beach Pedestrian (News, WNBC)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Critically Injures Inwood Pedestrian; Charges Pending (Post)
    • NYPD Officer Charged With Drunk Driving in East Flatbush During Snowstorm (DNA)
    • Cuomo's $1.3 Billion Bailout of Thruway Authority Gets Praise From Buffalo News
    • De Blasio Heard About Subway Shutdown (NewsPostCrain's) Minutes Before Everyone Else (WNYC)
    • Lots of Questions for Cuomo About Subway Shutdown from Post, News, NYT and Straphangers (Capital)
    • Amtrak Gateway Tunnel Could Cost Up to $20 Billion, With Many Unanswered Questions (WSJ)
    • BAM Parking Lot (News), Crown Heights Gas Station Becoming Apartments (Crain's, TRD via Curbed)
    • Come Slush or Snow, Low-Wage Food Delivery Workers Brave NYC's Icy Streets on Two Wheels (NYT)

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