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8:52 AM EDT on August 2, 2016

    • NYPD Offers Reward for Information on Matthew von Ohlen's Hit-and-Run Killer (DNA)
    • New Yorkers Down on de Blasio But Don't Like His Potential Challengers Any Better (NYT, Politico)
    • Chun Man Tse, Victim of Road Rage Assault in Queens, Dies From Injuries (News)
    • MTA Won't Add Runs and Cars to Crowded G Train Until the L Train Shutdown (News)
    • These Williamsburg Merchants Could Use Some Great Busways When the L Stops Running (NY1)
    • Activists Occupy City Hall Park, Call for Bratton to Go (Politico, Gothamist)
    • Map Out the Subway System of Your Dreams (DNA, AMNY)
    • Manhattan Teen Steals Mom's SUV, Drives to Jersey City and Crashes (Post)
    • 3 New Speed Humps on 32nd Ave By Bowne Park in Flushing (TL)
    • Someone Finally Figured Out How to Make On-Street Parking a No-Hassle Convenience (Crain's)

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