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    • Ambulette Driver Who Failed to Yield Kills Pedestrian in Flushing Crosswalk (DNANews)
    • Man Who Killed Brooklyn Shop Owner With His Own Van Charged With Murder (NewsPost)
    • DNA Interviews 24th Precinct CO Marlon Larin, Who Drives to Work From the Suburbs
    • NYC Transit President Hears From Queens Commuters About 7 Train Problems (NY1News)
    • Last Night's Subway Commute Was Hellish (DNA, Gothamist)
    • DOT Is Installing a Neckdown at Bowery and Division Street
    • Ydanis Rodriguez Tours Times Square Ahead of Today's Vote on Plaza Regulations (AMNY)
    • Cuomo Aide Explains How the Governor's Petulance Is Good for NYC (News, Crain's)
    • De Blasio Cuts Funding for Back-Up Water Tunnel, NYC's Biggest Capital Project Ever (NYT)
    • Errol Louis Thinks Participatory Budgeting Is Pointless and Stupid (News)
    • Filmmakers Take an Interest in the Guy Who Keeps Stealing MTA Rolling Stock (NY1)

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