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9:12 AM EDT on May 10, 2007

    • Subtropical Storm Forms Weeks Ahead of Hurricane Season (Boston Globe/AP)
    • RELATED: Officials Hope Storm Will Help Extinguish Wildfires (Post)
    • Near-Record Flooding in Missouri (NYT)
    • NASA Warns of 110 Degree Summers for Atlanta, Chicago, DC (EurekAlert!)
    • Hell's Kitchen Hit-and-Run Injures Infamous Landlord (AMNY, Post, Daily News)
    • City Should Offer Low-Income Congestion Pricing Rebate (NYT)
    • Permit Parking Hinges on Pricing Plan (Brooklyn Eagle)
    • Human-Powered Commuters Are Happiest (BikePortland via Carfree USA)
    • AAA Objections Fueled Opposition to Red Light Cameras (Newsday)
    • Paper Alerts DOT to Misspelled Street Sign (Daily News)
    • Cab Drivers Hint at Strike Over New Equipment (AMNY, AMNY)
    • Lindsay Lohan Nearly Hit by Taxi (Daily News)
    • Bike Lane Removed for Auto Traffic (Oakland Tribune)

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