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SEXUAL MISCONDUCT-WEINSTEIN

NEW YORK — Harvey Weinstein is locked in a messy battle with insurance companies over his steadily mounting legal bills. The insurance giant Chubb and others carriers that wrote liability policies for Weinstein and his film company are arguing in court that they shouldn't have to pay for his defense against allegations of rape and sexual harassment. By Tom Hays. UPCOMING: 600 words by 10 a.m., photos.

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— FOOD STAMPS-FARMERS MARKETS: Food stamp recipients will be able to use their benefits at farmers' markets across New York state under an agreement the state and the Farmers Market Federation have reached with a mobile application vendor.

— FLINTKOTE-SUPERFUND: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is proposing excavating soil at 26 homes near an upstate New York Superfund site.

— HOUSING COMPLEX-POWER OUTAGE: Emergency crews are at a New York City housing development after nearly four buildings in the complex lost power.

— SHOOTING-MAN SLAIN: The New York Police Department says a 21-year-old Bronx man has been fatally shot on Manhattan's Upper West Side.

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