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  • Lack of land slows work on California bullet train project

    The Hollywood Inn, a shuttered nightclub in a run-down section of Fresno, has been demolished. A few miles away, an 80-foot-deep shaft to test soil conditions has been sunk into the banks of the Fresno River. Officials say such activities, along with...
  • Hires and promotions at Lehigh Valley businesses

    ROBERT S. BOWEN JR. has been selected president of First Savings Insurance Inc. in Perkasie, a wholly owned subsidiary of First Savings Bank. Bowen has more than 29 years of experience in the insurance industry and brings a variety of leadership...
  • Ferrari 250 GTO could break auction record at Monterey Car Week

    Ferrari 250 GTO could break auction record at Monterey Car Week
    The pale gray machine, its chassis stamped 3851GT, rolled off an assembly line in Maranello, Italy, on Sept. 11, 1962. Its first four owners abused it, thrashing through the skinny, pock-marked road courses of Europe. One of its first race drivers was...
  • Bill gives Northrop massive tax break

    Bill gives Northrop massive tax break
    SACRAMENTO — The state Senate has rushed to the governor a massive tax break designed to boost Northrop Grumman Corp.'s chances of landing a government contract to build next-generation stealth bombers for the Air Force. Final passage of the bill,...
  • Arizona State lineman comes out as first openly gay college football player

    Arizona State lineman comes out as first openly gay college football player
    Arizona State senior offensive lineman Chip Sarafin has publicly revealed that he is gay, becoming the first active major college football player to do so. The 320-pounder came out in an article for Compete, a Tempe-based LGBT publication. Sarafin,...
  • 2014 Pebble Beach car show: Toyota shows off tweaked FT-1 concept

    2014 Pebble Beach car show: Toyota shows off tweaked FT-1 concept
    In a move that will fuel intense speculation about a future sports car from Toyota, the automaker debuted a second version of its FT-1 concept Wednesday night in Monterey. The two-seat coupe’s eye-catching design didn’t change from the...
  • Why automakers will build more hydrogen fuel cell vehicles

    Why automakers will build more hydrogen fuel cell vehicles
    Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles could soon gain ground on electric cars in the race to develop zero-emission cars, according to a new report. The auto industry is seeing a convergence of factors that make fuel cell cars more viable, according to the...
  • 2014 Pebble Beach: Jaguar Land Rover launches speed-seeking SVO division

    2014 Pebble Beach: Jaguar Land Rover launches speed-seeking SVO division
    The cats at Jaguar and Land Rover are hunting new prey.¬† Seeking to compete with performance arms like Mercedes-Benz’ AMG and BMW’s M, the British duo are launching a new performance division called Special Vehicle Operations, or SVO. Both...
  • Exelon, politics and Illinois' low-carbon future

    Exelon, politics and Illinois' low-carbon future
    As a series of policy meetings kicks off Monday in Chicago to begin hashing out a plan to cut carbon emissions in Illinois, Chicago-based Exelon is busy pulling political strings to ensure it is rewarded financially for its nuclear power plants, which...
  • One dead, two injured in Logan Square fire

    One dead, two injured in Logan Square fire
    A woman died and two others were injured after a Logan Square storefront they had been occupying caught fire Thursday night, according to authorities. A mattress in a back bedroom of the building, in the 3400 block of West Armitage Avenue, caught fire...
  • Notes and notables

    A deeper connection Newport News Shipbuilding is the largest industrial employer in Virginia and the economic engine that drives Hampton Roads, but there is something unique and special about the work done there that goes well beyond numbers. It is...