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Thursday, July 16, 2009

Bronx News Roundup July 16

Tonight, Bronx pols will gather at Marina del Rey for the annual Bronx Democratic County Committee dinner.

A Daily News columist questions the rational behind putting a big box supermarket in the Kingbridge Armory.

Bronx BP Ruben Diaz, Jr. is looking into allegations that his office's economic arm - the Bronx Overall Economic Devolpement Corp - mishandled funds from the Gateway Mall's Community Development Agreement.

In a case that's generated more media coverage than most murders, a Bronx girl has pled guilty to roasting to kitten to death in a 500-degree oven.

Six Bronx men have filing a lawsuit against the NYPD for allegedly being beaten and unjustly arrested by the police after they had called 911 for a friend of theirs.

Two people were killed and one injured on Tuesday night in a traffic collision between a cab and SUV at the Laconia and Waring Avenues intersection in the Bronx.

City Island residents are trying to get the police to pay attention to prostitution in their community.

The union that represents workers at the Stella D’oro cookie factory in Kingsbridge has filed charges with the National Labor Relations Board, in an effort to prevent the factory's closure.

Compiled by Ashley Villarreal and Idalmi Acosta


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