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Today: A war of signs breaks out at the Oculus, Amtrak considers rerouting to Grand Central, and Queens high line rendering.
The shooting death of a parolee a block from where he killed a man 17 years ago ended a long period of calm at a once crime-ridden Queens housing project, officials said Wednesday. (The Daily News)
The teen was busted Tuesday night at his home, which is not far from the Beth Hamedrash Hagadol synagogue at the corner of Broome and Suffolk streets. (New York Post)
The $4 billion World Trade Center transit hub leaks in the rain, is facing a potentially costly wrongful-death suit — and now the Port Authority, developer Silverstein Properties and mall operator Westfield are at war over signs. (New York Post)
A Brooklyn Supreme Court judge on Tuesday granted a temporary restraining order blocking more families from moving into the shelter at 267 Rogers Ave., according to the city and a representative of the Crown Street Block Association, which filed a lawsuit to stop the opening. (DNAinfo)
The city has socked the owner of a manufacturing building in Dumbo with thousands in fines and a vacate order after finding tourists — including one who inspectors woke up — sleeping in rooms that the city says were illegally constructed on the roof. (The Daily News)
Amtrak trains may be re-routed to Grand Central Terminal this summer while repairs are going on at Penn Station, according to the MTA. (DNAinfo)
See what the first half-mile stretch of this park could look like. (Curbed)
(Feature photo: Marty Bernard; Photos: Google Street View)