Morning Brief: January 7
Experts say the record of 6 degrees set in Central Park (established in 1896) may be broken today. [Daily News]
Windy and cold today, with a high of 12. Even colder tonight. [Full forecast]
NEED TO KNOW
Following a year of accidents, Metro-North's president will retire at the end of the month. [WFUV]
Underground transformer fire forces evacuations. [NY Post]
Mayor thanked Department of Transportation workers who helped land plane in Bronx. [Capital]
New York Times endorses Dan Garodnick for City Council Speaker. [New York Times]
Detroit Pistons at Knicks; 7:30 p.m.
Islanders at Toronto Maple Leafs; 7 p.m.
ON STAGE TONIGHT
Feathers, Fielded; 9:30 p.m. at Mercury Lounge [More information]
1999: The Senate trial in the impeachment of President Bill Clinton begins.
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