Morning Brief: December 17

by Connor Ryan
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Ray Kelly at press conference.

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The future of New York City's top cop has been revealed.

New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly has signed a contract to do a nationwide speaking tour for the New York-based Greater Talent Network. [More information]

WEATHER
Snow expected today, with a high of 34. Flurries will continue into tonight. [Full forecast]

NEED TO KNOW
A man who was fatally shot Sunday night near Mall at Short Hills in New Jersey was reportedly defending his wife from carjackers. [Daily News]

New Yorkers have Megan Millions fever. [New York Post]

New York Archdiocese wins ruling on contraception use. [New York Times]

It's celebrities versus NYU. [New York Observer]

SPORTS
No major games today.

ON STAGE TONIGHT
Brazos, Ski Lodge at Mercury Lounge; 9:30 p.m. [More information]

TODAY'S HISTORY
1989: The first episode of  "The Simpsons" airs.

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