Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Over-Radiated Babies; Rent-Stabilized Apartments; and More Brooklyn Briefs

- Long after SUNY Downstate medical center said it had stopped over-radiating premature babies, inspectors found that inappropriate X-rays were still being administered. NY Times

- Bridge repair fund looted.  Queens Crap

- Rent stabilization battle: almost half of Brooklyn apartments are regulated. Brooklyn Eagle 

- Wal-Mart announced they have a new web page showing how popular they are with New Yorkers. Observer  Plus, musical protestors aim at Wal-Mart's developer. Observer

- The city is paying an expert $175,000 per year to kill geese near the airport.  Brooklyn Paper

- Looks like the DOE is trying to cram a charter school into Prospect Heights' P.S. 9 -- again.  Brooklyn Eagle

- Interesting picture of a tractor-trailer stuck in a toll booth after being rear-ended by a dump truck. Gothamist

- The rebels have hacked Gadhafi's cellphone network. Gizmodo 

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