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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Bronx News Roundup, Sept. 16

The day following the primaries, many news sources are buzzing about the results. The race in District 14, which we blogged extensively about yesterday is drawing city-wide coverage because Maria Baez may join the list of incumbents who were voted out. But it's still too close to call. Baez is currently trailing Cabrera by 90 votes. [More on this later today]

A Bronx elementary school is overcrowding its classrooms.

It was a very emotional day in court for a girl whose mother was killed in Bronx after a cab driver being robbed at knife point crashed his car. The robber is on trial for second degree murder.

A Bronx girl and her Uncle are filing a law suit against a catering company that used a photo of the two plaintiffs at her Sweet Sixteen party in wedding promotional material.

A 12-year veteran NYPD police officer is being charged with injuring a man during an incident in the Bronx back in March.

A Bronx man is now $168 million richer after winning the lottery last month.

Baseball enthusiasts will be pleased to find out the Yankees announced they will be reducing ticket prices for next season.

Yankees fans may get more than they paid for though after reading this article in the NY Times about the massive brawl that broke out in the stadium last night.


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