Morning Brief: November 8

by Connor Ryan
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Subway lines to face interruptions this weekend.

Fifteen subway lines will face service interruptions this weekend. [DNAinfo.com]

WEATHER
Sunny, but a little chilly today. Mostly clear tonight, and the weekend is looking good. [Full forecast]

NEED TO KNOW
Judge says New York's emergency plans violate diabilities act. [New York Times]

Coalition looks to accept public's advice on New York City's goals. [New York Times]

NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly says he wants a six detective detail when he leaves office. [DNAinfo.com]

Voter turnout in New York City reached a record low of 24 percent this past Tuesday. [WNYC]

SPORTS
No major games today.

ON STAGE TONIGHT
WFUV presents Al Stewart; 8 p.m. at Boulton Center for the Arts [More information]

TODAY'S HISTORY
1889: Montana is admitted as thr 41st U.S. State.

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