Nearly Half of the US’ Dirtiest Cities are in One State

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If you’re repulsed by things like waste, rodents, and unsafe air, you might want to check out a recently published list of the US’ dirtiest cities. And 40% of them are in one state.

Plus, the late Sheldon Adelson left a darn impressive fleet of private jets.

Those are some of today’s travel-related headlines I thought you, too, may find interesting.

US Dirtiest Cities

It’s not a great week for California.

First, the Golden State became the first state to eclipse three million coronavirus cases.

Now it’s home to eight of the dirtiest cities in the United States — according to a study conducted by Lawnstarter.

1. Palmdale, California
2. Los Angeles, California
3. Newark, New Jersey
4. Houston, Texas
5. San Antonio, Texas
6. New York, New York
7. New Orleans, Louisiana
8. Long Beach, California
9. Memphis, Tennessee
10. Chicago, Illinois
11. Aurora, Illinois
12. Glendale, California
13. Mesa, Arizona
14. Phoenix, Arizona
15. Fontana, California
16. Pasadena, California
17. Anaheim, California
18. Detroit, Michigan
19. Las Vegas, Nevada
20. San Jose, California

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