• The hottest temperatures to hit the Bay Area are expected today and Tuesday — though unruly highs will stick around until at least Thursday. The Bay Area's chapter of the National Weather Service extended its Heat Warnings and Heat Advisories until Thursday at 8 p.m. for many parts of the region; Livermore could see temps as high as 112 degrees Fahrenheit today, September 5. [Twitter]
  • Don't forget that nightly street sweeping and parking meters are still enforced today by SFMTA — but daytime street cleaning and other SFMTA street parking enforcement won't be practiced today. [sfmta.com]
  • Firefighters saved a six-month-old baby after being left in a hot car in Oakland over the weekend. [KTVU]
  • With today's weather, there's no better time to cool off with a chilled wine from Rose's Taproom in Oakland's Temescal neighborhood. [Eater SF]
  • There was a massive, loud sideshow in the Mission District Sunday night at Duboce Avenue and Valencia Street that shut down the intersection for about 15 minutes. [KTVU]
  • Not exactly a surprise: Thousands convened on Bay Area beaches yesterday to find respite from the heat. [ABC7]
  • There was a plane crash involving a twin-engine plane in Sacramento County on Sunday, killing the two men on board. [KTVU]
  • An opinion piece today in the New York Times waxes on how work from high school and college journalists can give us an open window into an evolving world. [New York Times]

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