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NYPD Lawyer Fighting To Keep His Cop Brother's Killer Locked Up; Audio ExcerptThe NYPD’s top lawyer will reportedly deliver a very personal argument Friday; appealing to the state parole board to make sure his police-officer brother’s killers remain behind bars. Deputy Commissioner of Legal Affairs Larry Byrne is expected to go before the State Parole Commission for the third time in the past four years to make sure the four men convicted of killing his brother, Officer Eddie Byrne, in 1988 remain in prison.
After Delay, Jurors To Hear Closing Arguments In Bridge Case; Audio ExcerptFor the second day in a row, jurors in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing case will gather to hear closing arguments. They were scheduled to hear from attorneys on Thursday, but after spending about an hour in her chambers with attorneys for both sides, U.S. District Judge Susan Wigenton said an unspecified legal issue had come up.
Data Shows Pedestrian Deaths In NYC Increase After Daylight Saving Time Ends; Audio ExcerptThe NYPD will step up enforcement at dangerous intersections as the city heads into what is traditionally the deadliest time of year for pedestrians.
‘I Want To Go Everywhere I Can:’ Specialized Van Donated To LI Brothers With Rare Disease; Audio ExcerptTwo brothers who both have a rare spinal disease will now be able to travel from place to place thanks to a special gift.
Conn. Wildlife Experts Asking Public To Be Kind To Bats This Halloween; Audio ExcerptBats could use a treat this Halloween. As Halloween rolls around, wildlife experts are asking folks to take a new look at bats — asking the public to shed their spooky Hollywood image and remember that bats are vital to controlling the spread of so many species of night-flying insects, WCBS 880’s Fran Schneidau reported.
Wikileaks: Memo Shows Aide Steered Millions To Bill Clinton; Audio ExcerptHillary Clinton's campaign is under new pressure because of reported leaked emails from WikiLeaks that raise more questions about alleged improper payments to the Clinton Foundation. A former aide reportedly called money paid to former President Bill Clinton, “Bill Clinton Inc.”