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8:52 AM EDT on May 12, 2015

    • Republicans Coalesce Around Long Island's John Flanagan as New Senate Leader (TU, Post, Capital)
    • Nfn Loknauth, 83, Dragged by Driver, Killed Crossing Street in Front of His Richmond Hill Home (News)
    • Station Renovations Could Get Stalled If Albany Doesn't Fund MTA Capital Plan (NY1)
    • Another Super-Sized Service Disruption for 7 Train Riders Yesterday (DNA, Post, WCBS)
    • Driver Smashes Into Closed Nightclub in Jamaica, Suffers Non-Life Threatening Injuries (Post)
    • Mother Sues MTA for Letting Son Off at Undesignated Bus Stop Before Car Driver Struck Him (DNA)
    • NYC's Crumbling Streets Threaten to Swallow Fire Truck's Front Wheel in the Bronx (DNA)
    • Manhattan CB 4 Wants Affordable Housing on City-Owned Hell's Kitchen Parking Lot (DNA)
    • City Seeks Vendors to Upgrade 311 System. But Will It Get Parked Cars Out of the Bike Lanes? (Capital)
    • 78th Precinct Installs Traffic Cones So Officers No Longer Park in Crosswalks (News 12)
    • Happy Bike Month: Citi Bike Will Waive the Cost of a Day Pass on Thursday (Gothamist)

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