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Today’s Headlines

9:23 AM PDT on September 2, 2022

    • Climate Apocalypse Watch: Severe Heatwave Breaking So Cal Records (LAT, CNN, Guardian)...And It's Not Letting Up Before Next Wednesday (Daily News)...The Hillsides Are Burning - (LAT: Castaic - San DiegoYosemite, NPR, CBS)...And It's Too Hot For Firefighters (LAT)...reminder: about half of L.A. County greenhouse gas emissions are from transportation, about 4/5ths of that is from car tailpipes (Metro)
    • LAPD Releases Video In Petit Shooting (@sahrasulaiman Twitter)
    • Bicycling Profiles Jimmy Lizama and His Koreatown Shop Relámpago Wheelery
    • Metro Running Football Game Shuttle From C (Green) Line Hawthorne/Lennox Station (The Source)
    • Carnage: One Dead In Car vs. Truck Crash In Palmdale (KTLA)
    • Whittier Approves 52-Apartment Complex, Despite Parking Concerns (Whittier Daily News)
    • A Tour Of Some L.A. Red Car Relics (The Reid Less Traveled YouTube)
    • L.A. Gas Prices Set Labor Day Weekend Record (LAT)

For the Labor Day weekend, Streetsblog L.A. will publish lightly today and return on Tuesday.

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