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8:35 AM EST on February 12, 2016

    • Truck Driver Kills Critically Injures Tribeca Cyclist, Blames Victim, Cops Send Him on His Way (News)
    • Mark-Viverito Dings de Blasio Rezoning Plan in SOTC Address (DNA)
    • Here It Is, the Streetcar Headline You've Been Waiting For (DNA)
    • TLC Says It Will Crack Down on Driver Hours, But Wage Relief Isn't on the Table (Post, News)
    • Electeds Expect L Train Shutdown Details Sometime in the Next Month (Bklyn Paper)
    • Bronx CB 8 Full Board Endorses Paving of Putnam Trail (@Daverro)
    • Hit-and-Run Drivers Have Injured 3 People in Crown Heights Since Last Week (DNA)
    • Manhattan CB 7 Members Look at Broadway Crash Data, Blame Pedestrians for Walking (DNA)
    • Treehugger: Someone Is Responsible for the Death of Peter Romano
    • Nassau Driver Convicted of Manslaughter for Death of Cop Who Stopped Him for DWI (WCBS)

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