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10 August 2022

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The Hardest (& Best) Thing About The US Clean Vehicle Tax Credit (1)
By Zachary Shahan Published 2 hours ago There's been a lot of discussion about the new Clean Vehicle Credit in the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 that is making its way toward Joe Biden's desk (having left the Senate, it's now just got to get through the House of Representatives).
Police Seeking Tips on Multiple Vandalism Attacks in Normal Heights (3)
The suspect is described as a thin, white-haired and hunched-over older man driving a Prius By City News Service * Published August 9, 2022 * Updated 53 mins ago Authorities reached out to the public Tuesday for help in identifying a man who has repeatedly vandalized a Normal Heights fire extinguisher business over the last year, causing an estimated $24,000 worth of monetary losses. The vandal has committed various damaging acts, including shattering
Toyota Suspends Some Japan Factory Production Due to COVID Outbreak (2)
By Reuters Reuters View profile Follow August 9, 2022 TOKYO-Toyota Motor Corp. said it would suspend the night shift operation on Tuesday at one production line at its factory in central Japan due to an outbreak of COVID-19, after it suspended operations there also on Monday night. The suspension comes as the Japanese automaker seeks to boost its production in earnest after COVID-19 lockdowns in China and a global chip
Crime and Public Safety | Reward leading to arrest of hit-and-run driver who killed Aurora man is $10,000 (2)
Police ask residents around area of crash to review outdoor surveillance video Screenshot via GoFundMe By Kieran Nicholson | knicholson@denverpost.com | The Denver Post August 9, 2022 at 10:13 p.m. The reward for information leading to the arrest of a hit-and-run driver who killed and Aurora man, and two dogs he was walking, is $10,000, police said. On Friday Jason Lyman, 41, was hit and killed at about 2:30 a.m.
Auto makers warn most electric vehicles won't qualify for federal tax credit (2)
Published: Aug. 9, 2022 at 6:12 p.m. ET By Associated Press Rules becoming more stringent in effort to kick-start domestic manufacturing and mining, but critics say manufacturers can't just flip a switch to create a new supply chain A sales associate talks with a prospective buyer of a Cooper SE electric vehicle on the showroom floor of a Mini dealership on July 7 in Highlands Ranch, Colo.
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