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Listen Up: A Closer Look at the Top Stories for Wednesday, April 25

Wednesday, April 25, 2018 

Wednesday is here and you've almost made it over that mid-week hump! Unfortunately, we're looking at soaking rain for the morning commute. It dry up later on in the afternoon, but highs will only reach the upper 50s in the city. As always, get the latest forecast at

1. Dating App Releases Shocking Study Results

Whether you are dating or not in New York City, get this. 

The dating app Plenty of Fish just dropped some survey results on us and it turns out some singles are more turned off by bad grammar than they are at bad sex. 

In NYC specifically, 15 percent felt dating someone in another borough was a long-distance relationship. 

Read more here.

2. Amazon Begins Delivery to Your Car's Trunk

Attention, fellow Amazon shoppers. 

The online retailer is now delivering packages to you car. The service is available to Prime members in the 37 cities across the country who have access to Amazon Key including Newark. 

The car must be parked in a publicly accessible area. 

Read more here.

3. MTA Unveils ‘Bus Action Plan’ to Address Crumbling Bus Service

Buses are getting a lot of attention these days in the tri-state. 

A new "bus action plan" will get buses up to speed and up to date, according to the city. Some of the initiatives include double-decker buses and a 'tap and go" payment method. 

NJ Transit also announced it was going to hire 40 more bus driver to solve overcrowding and make sure buses are on time. 

Read more here.

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