Today’s Headlines

  • At 40 Percent, de Blasio May Avoid Runoff (NYT) to Face Lhota (WSJ), Carrion, and Hidary
  • Stringer Bests Spitzer for Comptroller (NYT); James, Squadron Head to Public Advocate Runoff (NYT)
  • BP Primary Winners: Katz in Queens (DNA), Brewer in Manhattan (Epoch Times)
  • Council Winners Include Menchaca, Reynoso, Torres, Gibson, Levine, Constantinides (NYT, WNYC)
  • Brooklyn DA: Thompson Tops Hynes, Who Will Not Run on Republican Line in General (News)
  • Times Casts Walking and Biking as Bloomberg “Pet Issues,” Despite Embrace by Public and de Blasio
  • Bay Ridge Community Board Wants to Be Included in Speed Camera Rollout (Bklyn Paper)
  • Hunts Point Market Walks Away From Talks, Will Negotiate With Next Mayor (Post)
  • Hit-and-Run Driver Injures NYPD Officer in Bushwick; Suspects in Custody (WABC)
  • Driver Injures Cyclist, Then Starts Yelling, Punching Her (Animal)
  • Thruway Set to Borrow $700 Million to “Buy a Little More Time” As It Awaits TIFIA Loan (LoHud)

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