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  • Danica Patrick finishes 36th at Phoenix after crash, patchwork

    AVONDALE, Ariz. — By the time the race ended, it wasn't clear where the paint job of Danica Patrick's car ended and the black repair tape holding it together started. Patrick's No. 10 Chevrolet was collected in a multi-car crash midway through...
  • Too cold for car wash? Motormouth answers your questions

    Too cold for car wash? Motormouth answers your questions
    Motormouth auto Q-and-A: Bob Weber answers questions on when it's too cold for a car wash and more. Does the temperature issue go beyond freezing doors or locks to potentially cracking windows and headlight glass? I've run my car through washes when the...
  • Some feel cheated by change in film academy's Hollywood museum plans

    Some feel cheated by change in film academy's Hollywood museum plans
    The visitors came with a box of doughnuts and an offer to buy the Hollywood property that Funk Bros. Automotive had called home for more than a decade. In its place, they said, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences wanted to build a movie...
  • In Oklahoma City, re-imagined landmarks on the menu

    In Oklahoma City, re-imagined landmarks on the menu
    OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma traces its contemporary history to pioneers who populated the prairies. Now, new urban pioneers are repopulating the capital, Oklahoma City, as restaurateurs re-imagine landmark buildings and create new communities around...
  • Amphibious water car dives into land and sea market

    Amphibious water car dives into land and sea market
    Dave March takes a sip of his coffee and looks through the windshield of his car, idling in the water in Newport Harbor, next to his 65-foot yacht. "This has been a dream for 10, 15 years," he says, his gaze fixed toward Catalina, off the coast of...
  • Suspects steal airbags from autos in Aberdeen, Abingdon, Belcamp

    Sixteen vehicle airbags and a vehicle were stolen in Aberdeen, Abingdon and Belcamp last Wednesday night through Thursday morning, according to the Harford County Sheriff's Office. According to detectives, in almost all of the cases, the thieves broke...
  • Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh steps on some toes as he remakes downtown Vegas

    Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh steps on some toes as he remakes downtown Vegas
    LAS VEGAS — He's a painfully private entrepreneur with very public dreams for this city's decaying downtown core. Around Sin City, giddy officials are heralding online shoe retailer Tony Hsieh as a visionary, the latest in a line of moneyed Las...
  • Oak Park, River Forest, La Grange police blotter: Feb. 25

    Oak Park, River Forest, La Grange police blotter: Feb. 25
    The following items were taken from police reports: Oak Park A 26-year-old Chicago man was charged with unlawful use of a weapon, unlawful possession of a weapon by a felon and illegal possession of ammunition without a firearm owner's...
  • TBS Renews Bill Lawrence's 'Ground Floor' for Second Season

    "Ground Floor" is going up: TBS has ordered 10 episodes for the second season of the sitcom. The show, created by Bill Lawrence and Greg Malins, is a modern take on "Romeo and Juliet" in which investment banker Brody (Skylar Astin) falls for...
  • City looking at investors to pay for energy efficient street lights

    City looking at investors to pay for energy efficient street lights
    With its first project set to begin in March after months of delays, Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s Chicago Infrastructure Trust turned its attention Monday to two possibilities for its second effort: energy efficient street lights or new city vehicles...
  • State DOT Must Take Stronger Hand With Metro-North

    State DOT Must Take Stronger Hand With Metro-North
    It's been a rough year for Metro-North, which operates the commuter rail service between Connecticut and New York's Grand Central Station. First derailments, power failures and other accidents raised questions about the railroad's safety and its...