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8:32 AM EDT on August 17, 2007

    • Southern Heat Kills 37; 112 Degree High in Arkansas (Post)
    • Climate Change Could Make Subway Flooding More Common (Second Ave. Sagas)
    • Forget Biofuels -- Burn Oil and Plant Forests Instead (New Scientist)
    • Man Kills Kid Cyclist, Charged With Suspended License (NYT, Post, Daily News)
    • Companies Cashing In on Dangerous Pay Phone Blight (NYT)
    • 311 Launches Street Patrol Unit (NYT, Post, Stay Free! Daily)
    • Noise Complaints Jump in July (Post)
    • Consolidation of Chinatown Bus Stops Nixed (Chelsea Now via Gotham Gazette)
    • MTA Adding Subway Station Cleaners (AMNY)
    • Trucking Firms Sue Over Bridge Weight Limit (AMNY)

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