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The opening of the city's new police academy has been postponed again as a new class of recruits was sworn in and will use older facilities. NY1 criminal justice reporter Dean Meminger spoke exclusively with the NYPD's head of training about the future of the academy and filed the following report.

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Sports for City Parks Foundation Director Discusses Free Programs for Kids

The kids are officially out of school, and now, it is time to find something to keep them busy for the rest of the summer. NY1's Bree Driscoll sat down with Mike Silverman, the director of the Sports for City Parks Foundation, to talk about their free programs for kids.

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DA: Cabbie Avoided Thousands in "Piggyback" Toll Scam

The Queens district attorney's office says a city cab driver has been charged with stealing more than $28,000 in unpaid tolls from the MTA by tailgating cars directly in front of him in EZ-Pass lanes. 10:43 AM

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'Lyft' Ride Share Launching Without TLC Approval

Despite TLC regulations, San Francisco based Lyft says it will be launching its signature pink-mustachioed cars in Brooklyn and Queens starting Friday allowing them to pick up riders who use the app to signal them. Updated 1:26 PM

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IDC Members Klein, Avella Get Mayor's Backing in Primary

State Senate co-leader Jeff Klein and Queens state Senator Tony Avella, two breakaway Democrats, got the backing of the mayor in their primary elections after they agreed to end their arrangement with Republicans for control of the state Senate. 07/08/2014 08:38 PM

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