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  • Dodgers should be up to their ears in emotion

     Dodgers should be up to their ears in emotion
    ST. LOUIS — Disney calls them "ear hats." You can buy one in pink or lime, or topped with a tiara or bow tie. But the traditional hat is all-black, adorned with nothing but the ears that Adrian Gonzalez mimicked the other day. That is only...
  • Reader Q&A: Brad Biggs' Bears mailbag

    Reader Q&A: Brad Biggs' Bears mailbag
    With the hot start and the offense progressing, do you see the Bears initiating contract extension talks with Jay Cutler before the end of season? -- @Benyaminr from Twitter I got exactly a one-week reprieve from a mailbag packed with questions about...
  • Average NHL ticket price up 2.3% this season

    Average NHL ticket price up 2.3% this season
    The cost of the average ticket to an NHL game this season is up 2.3%over last season, to $61.62, and the cost for a group of four to attend a game and also buy soft drinks, beers, hot dogs and souvenir caps rose 3.1% to $359.17, according to Team...
  • Ford's second-quarter profit soars as losses in Europe decline

    Ford's second-quarter profit soars as losses in Europe decline
    Powered by brisk sales of profitable pickup trucks, growing business in China and fewer losses in Europe, Ford Motor Co. posted a big gain in profit in the second quarter. Ford’s profit roses 18.5% to a $1.2 billion. Revenue rose 14.4% to $38.1...
  • Tesla quietly becomes one of California's bestselling luxury cars

    Tesla quietly becomes one of California's bestselling luxury cars
    Tesla Motors Model S has quietly become the third-bestselling luxury car in California, trailing only the Mercedes-Benz E-Class and BMW’s 5-Series. Tesla has sold 4,714 of its Model S electric cars in the state during the first half of the year,...
  • California new car dealers claim Tesla violates advertising laws

    California new car dealers claim Tesla violates advertising laws
    The trade group for California’s new car dealers wants the state Department of Motor Vehicles to investigate Tesla Motors’ advertising practices, alleging that the upstart automaker is violating various state and federal laws in marketing...
  • Honda Odyssey minivan deemed safest in its class

    Honda Odyssey minivan deemed safest in its class
    A built-in vacuum cleaner is an option. But class-leading safety comes standard. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety announced Thursday that the 2014 Honda Odyssey minivan was the first vehicle in its segment to be named a Top Safety Pick Plus. ...
  • What you need to know about buying a new car

    What you need to know about buying a new car
    Use our tips to put yourself in the driver's seat and get the best deal. 1. Forewarned is forearmed. For any vehicle you're considering, go to TrueCar.com to compare the average transaction price in your area with the sticker price. Next, head to...
  • JPMorgan Chase agrees to pay $389 million for credit card violations

    JPMorgan Chase agrees to pay $389 million for credit card violations
    WASHINGTON -- JPMorgan Chase & Co. has agreed to pay $389 million in refunds and penalties for illegally charging credit card customers for identity theft protection and other add-on services they didn't receive or authorize, federal regulators said...
  • Tuesday Morning Reads: St. Pete mayoral contest, drinking hours and real estate

    TALLAHASSEE -- Good morning and happy Tuesday to you all. Here's what we're reading.   * The city of Orlando is delaying a plan to extend downtown drinking hours after bar and restaurant owners raised concerns, the Sentinel reports.   * A...
  • Florida consumers to get $54 million in health-insurance rebates

      Insurance companies will have to pay $54 million in rebates this summer to 614,245 Floridians, federal officials announced on Thursday. That’s $132 per family.  Officials hailed the news as another sign that the new Affordable Care Act is...