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  • Pricing announced for midsize Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon trucks

    Pricing announced for midsize Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon trucks
    General Motors' all-new midsize trucks will roll into dealerships this fall carrying a midsize price, the automaker announced Tuesday. The 2015 Chevrolet Colorado will start at $20,995, while its more upmarket cousin, the GMC Canyon, will start at $21,...
  • Chrysler profit up amid investor concerns over merger with Fiat

    Chrysler profit up amid investor concerns over merger with Fiat
    DETROIT (Reuters) - Amid concerns that Fiat shareholders will prevent a merger of the Italian automaker with Chrysler Group, the American automaker reported that second-quarter profit was up 22 percent to $619 million. Fiat shares fell as much as 8.5...
  • Jeep, truck sales power Chrysler to second-quarter profit

    Helped by robust sales of Jeep sport-utility vehicles and Ram pickup trucks, Chrysler Group on Wednesday reported a jump in profits for the second quarter. The automaker said it earned $619 million, up 22% from the same period a year earlier. Revenue...
  • Rollins' scholarship-producing Alfond Inn beats projections

    Rollins' scholarship-producing Alfond Inn beats projections
    The Alfond Inn, a boutique hotel established by Rollins College a year ago to raise money for scholarships, is exceeding its income projections for 2014, the school said Wednesday. The $32.5 million Winter Park hotel was projected to have net...
  • Op-ed: Motorists are still a bigger danger than cyclists

    In his July 30 op-ed, “Is bicycling the new rude?,” Peter Rusch points out transgressions of some cyclists near Brand Park, and concludes “responsible cyclists”…are far outnumbered by … spandex laden daredevils.&...
  • Ford raises F-150 prices, dealers begin ordering 2015 models

    Ford raises F-150 prices, dealers begin ordering 2015 models
    DETROIT (Reuters) - U.S. and Canadian dealers on Monday began ordering 2015 Ford Motor Co F-150 pickup trucks, which are lighter than earlier models, priced higher and include additional standard features, the company said. The launch of the new trucks...
  • Bigger incentives by automakers juice July vehicle sales

    Bigger incentives by automakers juice July vehicle sales
    July is turning out to be a torrid month for auto sales. By the time the numbers are tallied Friday, automakers are forecast to have sold 1.4 million vehicles this month, up about 10% from the same month a year earlier, according to the analysts at...
  • Gasoline prices expected to fall again

    Gasoline prices expected to fall again
    Gasoline prices in South Florida have been dropping for a month because of rising gas supplies and falling oil prices. And declines are likely to continue this week, travel club AAA forecast. "Oil prices briefly rose following the crash of Malaysian...
  • Warrant: Hartford Man Shot At Cousin After Fighting Over A Woman

    HARTFORD — A man accused of firing at least six shots into the windshield of a vehicle driven by his cousin on July 12 had recently argued with the victim over a woman, according to an arrest warrant. Jerry Duncan, 18, was arrested Friday and...
  • Oak Park and River Forest police reports: Gun and rifle stolen, and more

     Oak Park and River Forest police reports: Gun and rifle stolen, and more
    The following items were taken from police reports: Oak Park Two Oak Park residents were robbed at gunpoint of cash, an iPhone and a flip phone, all valued at $500, in the 800 block of Mapleton Avenue at 9:10 p.m. July 16. Two 21-year-old Chicago...
  • GM ignition switch scandal unlikely to spur safety reforms

    GM ignition switch scandal unlikely to spur safety reforms
    General Motors Chief Executive Mary Barra has made several trips to testify before Congress, most recently this month, about her company's defective ignition switches. The biggest headline-grabbing moment was her apology for the company's apparent 10-year...