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  • Honda to kick off ad campaign urging repairs of defective Takata air bags

    Honda to kick off ad campaign urging repairs of defective Takata air bags
    Honda will initiate a multimillion-dollar advertising campaign in an attempt to persuade owners of vehicles with defective Takata air bags to take them in for repair. Beginning Monday, the company will place color advertisements in more than 120 U.S....
  • West Palm man arrested after 70 mph chase in stolen car

    West Palm man arrested after 70 mph chase in stolen car
    A 70 mph chase down West Palm Beach roads ended with a man running up a tree before being found by a K-9, according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office. The pursuit started at 1:16 a.m. Tuesday, when a deputy noticed a black Honda Civic heading...
  • IndyCar Series 2015: un torrente de ocurrencias con Castroneves, Kanaan, Montoya, Muñoz y Chaves

    IndyCar Series 2015: un torrente de ocurrencias con Castroneves, Kanaan, Montoya, Muñoz y Chaves
    Un piloto con alma de policía cuyo gran sueño es encarcelar a todos los malandrines; otro bailarín que, sin embargo, se siente “más cómodo” conduciendo un bólido a 250 millas por hora que danzando; y una leyenda con la etiqueta de gran...
  • VW plans $1-billion factory upgrade in Mexico for new Tiguan

    VW plans $1-billion factory upgrade in Mexico for new Tiguan
    Volkswagen will spend $1 billion to upgrade and expand a factory in Mexico that will build a next-generation crossover SUV, the automaker has announced. Construction on the plant, which is in the city of Puebla, will begin imminently, a VW spokesman...
  • Quickly for March 8: Healthcare reform 'better than nothing'

    Quickly for March 8: Healthcare reform 'better than nothing'
    What's Quickly? It's where readers sound off on the issues of the day. Have a quote, question or quip? Call Quickly at (312) 222-2426 or email quickly@post-trib.com. Who is in control of NIPSCO? Gouging customers with gas storage and delivery charges on...
  • Bike Week 2015 set to roar into Daytona and beyond

    Bike Week 2015 set to roar into Daytona and beyond
    When Bike Week rolls around, it doesn't just come to Daytona Beach. Bikers fill the streets in most of Central Florida and locals love to take advantage with a variety of events. This year's gathering runs from March 6-15 and includes staple events like...
  • Spending: The 2015 models: Luxury features go mainstream

    As automakers compete for your business, the lines are blurring between mainstream brands and luxury cars. Mainstream models are getting safety and tech features once reserved for luxury models, and luxury brands are introducing entry-level vehicles...
  • Crime report: Check altered in mailbox

    La Cañada Flintridge Feb. 25 Soliciting without a permit: 5000 block Louise Drive. At 3:10 p.m., deputies responded to reports that a nicely dressed man was going door to door, attempting to sell products. When they arrived to the area, the man was...
  • Reed ready to defend his title

    Reed ready to defend his title
    For Patrick Reed, winning the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship last year gave his belief in his golf game a tremendous boost. Reed knew he was good, and was scorned by some after his victory when he said he was a top-5 player, but you...
  • Top 10 Best-Selling Cars: February 2015

     
    It was a hard month, weather-wise, for big portions of the U.S., but that didn't stop shoppers from snapping up cars and trucks at a breakneck pace. For the second month of 2015, the top seven automakers have reported that......
  • Honda fined $70 million for not reporting death, injury complaints

    Honda fined $70 million for not reporting death, injury complaints
    The Obama administration said Thursday it is fining Honda $70 million — the largest civil penalty levied against an automaker — for not reporting to regulators some 1,729 complaints that its vehicles caused deaths and injuries, and for not...