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8:56 AM EDT on July 8, 2016

    • NYPD Chase in Queens Leaves 1 Dead, at Least 1 Injured (DNANews, NY1, GothamistPost)
    • NYPD Found the Car Used to Kill Matthew von Ohlen, But Not the Driver (Gothamist)
    • Amazing Photos of Police Violence Protestors Stopping Manhattan Vehicle Traffic (Gothamist)
    • M Train Service to Be Suspended in Brooklyn and Queens While Elevated Track Is Replaced (NY1)
    • F Express: Electeds and Commuters Want Answers From MTA (Bklyn PaperDNA, Gothamist)
    • Second Avenue Sagas: Why Did Cuomo Hold a Press Conference to Announce Rail Ticket App?
    • Peralta, Hyndman Want to Incentivize Dash Cams in Private Vehicles to Capture Crash Footage (TL)
    • New Charges Leveled Against Former 19th Precinct CO James Grant (Post)
    • Oddo, Locals Protest Developer Proposal for New Road in Grymes Hill (DNA)
    • Marble Hill Motorists Say New School Has Messed Up Their Driving (Riverdale Press)

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