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8:57 AM EDT on October 10, 2016

    • Brooklyn DA Ken Thompson Has Died at 50 (NYTNews, PoliticoBklyn Paper)
    • Driver Kills Blanca Pagan, 73, in UES Crosswalk; Charged for Failing to Yield (Gothamist)
    • LIRR Trains Sideswipe Each Other, Injuring 33 (NYT)
    • Francisco Moya Tries to Cast Himself as the Hero of 111th Street, But He's the Villain (DNA)
    • Gelinas: We're Spending Too Much on Gussied Up Transit Stations Instead of Better Transit (Post)
    • Select Bus Service Scheduled to Launch on 79th Street Next Spring (DNA)
    • A Car Dealer Stores Merchandise in the Queens Boulevard Bike Lane (Gothamist)
    • Advocates Talk L-Pocalypse and Better Buses With NY1's Jose Martinez
    • Commuter Van Lobby: Let Commuter Vans Use Willy-B Bus Lanes During L Shutdown (News)
    • Reports of Sinkholes Up 43 Percent Since 2012 (Post)
    • Josh Benson Coming Back to NYC DOT After a Year in Stamford (Stamford Advocate)

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