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Today’s Headlines

9:07 AM PDT on November 2, 2010

    • It's Election Day! Go Vote! Many of You Already Have (SF Gate, Fog City Journal, Merc)
    • High-Speed Rail Projects in Many States on the Line in Today's Election (Infrastructurist)
    • Giants Fans Flood Streets to Celebrate First-Ever World Championship (SF Gate, Merc)
    • Muni Service Halted, Streets Closed, Some Filled with Broken Glass, Bottles (SF Examiner)
    • Six Arrests Reported; Some Riotous Behavior But Mayor Says Most Celebrations Peaceful (KTVU)
    • City Agencies Still Draining Muni Budget But Less Than Years Past (SF Examiner)
    • Long Beach Police Go After Critical Mass Riders with Arrests, Impounds (LAT, Press-Telegram)
    • Supes Committee Votes Against Designating North Beach Library a Historical Landmark (City Insider)
    • Assemblymember Jerry Hill Wants Tighter Ethics Rules for Ca. High-Speed Rail Authority (LAT)
    • Employee Injured After Driver Crashes Into Pizza Parlor Near Menlo Park (BCN via ABC7)
    • BAAQMD Launches Winter Spare the Air Campaign (KCBS)
    • Does Fear of Crime Hold Down Transit Ridership? (TNAC via Streetsblog NY)

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