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    • Primaries: De Blasio Cruises; Council Incumbents Mostly Unscathed (GG; NYT 1, 2; Politico 1, 2)
    • Gonzalez Wins Full Term as Brooklyn DA (NYT)
    • Turnout Was Pathetic -- Here Are Some Reasons Why (DNA; WNYC 1, 2NY1; Gothamist)
    • Penn Station Track Work Is Not Finished (Politico)
    • Gale Brewer Wants DOT to Get Moving on Crosstown Manhattan Bikeways (Our Town)
    • Hit-and-Run Cabbie Kills Woman in 19th Precinct; NYPD Blames Victim (News, NY1, AMNY, DNA)
    • Box Truck Driver Kills Man on Webster Avenue -- No Charges (DNANewsPost)
    • Unlicensed Driver Who Put Century Rider in Coma Had .266 BAC (News, Post)
    • Trial for Driver Who Killed Victoria Nicodemus on Brooklyn Sidewalk Starts This Week (Gothamist)
    • What Happens When Your College Campus Has Seven Parking Lots and One Bus Stop (Advance)
    • Doctors Prescribe Citi Bike Memberships (WNYC); Brooklyn Paper Needs a House Call

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