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8:55 AM EST on December 9, 2015

    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills 17-Year-Old Jaremello Ovidio on Northern Boulevard (GothamistNews)
    • TA's "Justice Denied" Report Wakes Staten Island DA's Office (@ChristRobbins); More: Post, News
    • The Times Profiles Victoria Nicodemus, Whose Life Isn't Worth Much to DA Ken Thompson
    • Queens DA Richard Brown Can Doggedly Pursue Justice for Traffic Violence Victims When He Wants To
    • NYPD Chase in the Bronx Ends in Crash and Shooting Death (NYT)
    • Uncorroborated Fear-Mongering Won't Solve Problems Faced by Visually-Impaired Pedestrians (AMNY)
    • Tom "Within Reason" Wrobleski Gets Sentimental Over Fresh Staten Island Asphalt (Advance)
    • Rental Car Garages on W. 77th Street Replaced by Very Expensive Housing (NYT)
    • Crain's Checks Out City Businesses That Are Trading Vans for Delivery Trikes
    • New York City Bike Riders Are Out of Control (Post)

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