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    • Judge Finds Probable Cause for Criminal Case Against Chris Christie (NYT)
    • New NJ Transit Chief Steven Santoro Has His Work Cut Out for Him (AP 1, 2; 2AS)
    • NTSB Releases Preliminary Report on Hoboken Crash (@2AvSagas, Post, AMNY, News)
    • Presidential Infrastructure Forum in NYC Makes News Mostly Because Trump Snubbed It (Politico, News)
    • Brooklyn Cyclist Who Was Run Over by a Semi Driver Wrote a Memoir About It (Bklyn Paper)
    • Off-Duty FDNY Firefighter Drives Drunk, Hits Car, Leaves Scene, Is Arrested (News)
    • Man Stopped for DWI in Crown Heights Tries to Flee Scene With Cops in Car (DNA)
    • Widow of Thomas Violante, Pedestrian Killed on Hylan Boulevard, Sues Driver (Advance)
    • Thanks to Motorists, It's a Particularly Bad Time of Year to Be a Deer (Advance)
    • Bloomberg Checks Out the Detroit Citi Bike Plant
    • Robin Williams Was a Decent and Personable Guy With an Amazing Bike Collection (WSJ)

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