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8:58 AM EDT on May 26, 2015

    • Police Arrest Hit-and-Run Driver for Killing Ian Paul Bubb, 49, in Canarsie (PostWNBC, News 1, 2)
    • Truck Driver Fatally Strikes Woman in Bedford-Stuyvesant (WPIX)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Critically Injures 7-Year-Old Abriana Carrasco in Allerton (News, Post, DNA, PIX)
    • Driver Critically Injures Sincere Atkins, 8, in South Jamaica (News)
    • Police Release Video of Hit-and-Run Driver Who Injured Bronx Boy, 12, Last Weekend (WNBC, WCBS)
    • Daily News on Vision Zero: Traffic Deaths Are Down, But Some Major Streets See Increases
    • Cabbie Who Killed Cooper Stock Tries to Weasel Out of Civil Lawsuit on Technicality (Post)
    • TWU Goes After de Blasio in Quest to Get Special Exemption From Right of Way Law (News)
    • TLC Reduces Fines for Taxi Drivers Caught Running Red Lights (NY1)
    • MTA Funding Ideas From Assemblyman Rodriguez (Crain's) and Citizens Budget Commission (C&S)
    • 10 Percent of NY Region's Gas Stations Closed From 2003-2013, Mostly in NYC (Post)
    • Meet the Man Behind the Latest Petition for a Car-Free Prospect Park (DNA)

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