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8:57 AM EDT on May 5, 2015

    • Dean Skelos Indicted as State Senate Majority Leader; Republicans Close Ranks (Capital, C&S)
    • De Blasio Boosts City Contribution to MTA; Prendergast Wants More (NYT, Capital, News, WNYC)
    • Elected Officials Look Everywhere But Albany for MTA Funding Solution (Capital)
    • Driver Dies After Careening Across Bruckner Expressway and Flipping Car (WNBC)
    • Off-Duty NYPD Officer on Motorcycle Killed in Crash With SUV in Canarsie (Post)
    • Private Trash Hauler Backtracks, Tells Whistleblower Employees They're Not Fired (Gothamist)
    • $1 Million Will Go to Studying New Highway Ramp at Hutchinson Metro Center (News 12)
    • DSNY Goes After West Village Businesses for Putting Benches on the Sidewalk (DNA)
    • DNA Maps Tickets to Businesses for Violating Delivery Cyclist Rules
    • De Blasio Snared by Subway Delay (NYT)
    • The Bicycle Lobby Almost Ruined the Met Gala (Us Weekly)

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