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Queens’ Morning Roundup


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TODAY’S FORECAST

Monday: Overcast. High of 50. Winds from the NE at 10 to 15 mph. Monday night: Partly cloudy. Low of 39. Winds from the NE at 5 to 10 mph.

EVENT of the DAY: Snowflake Lighting 

Kids can meet Santa Claus and have their photo taken with him. There will also be face painting, balloon twisting and a holiday arts and crafts station. At 5 p.m., Macy’s wil light up its Snowflake, marking the official start of the holiday season. Click here for more info or to submit an event of your own

Sketch released in mosque stabbing; possible hate crime

It is crystal clear when looking at Bashir Ahmad that the 57-year-old cheated death. He is covered with stitches, almost too many to count. Read more: ABC New York

NYC gas rationing continues through Friday

New York City has extended its odd-even gas rationing system through Friday. Read more: Wall Street Journal

24-year-old woman killed in late night Queens crash after failing to stop at intersection, slamming into speeding car

A 24-year-old woman died after she drove her car into a Queens intersection and was crushed by a speeding Mercedes early Sunday, cops and witnesses said. Read more: New York Daily News

Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel reopens Monday, more trains restored

The morning commute will get a little easier Monday for some as the Hugh Carey Tunnel, better known as the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel, reopens to cars and several train lines are restored. Read more: NBC New York

Middle Eastern shopkeepers scared for lives after .22-calliber serial killer strikes 3rd victim

The NYPD added a hate-crimes detective to the hunt for a serial killer who may be targeting Brooklyn shopkeepers of Middle Eastern descent — and continues to strike fear in business owners worried they will be next. Read more: New York Daily News

Manhattan Borough President Stringer announces fun for city comptroller

Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer announced Sunday that he is running for city comptroller in 2013. Read more: NY1

Obama offers praise, pressure on historic Myanmar trip

Barack Obama became the first American president to visit Myanmar on Monday, using a six-hour trip to balance U.S. praise for the government’s progress in shaking off military rule with pressure to complete the process of democratic reform. Read more: Reuters