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  • Chevy Spark only subcompact car to pass insurance group crash test

    Chevy Spark only subcompact car to pass insurance group crash test
    Of the 11 economy cars crash-tested by the leading insurance industry group, 10 failed a new safety standard for front-end collisions.  Only the Chevrolet Spark earned an “acceptable” grade on the test, in which 25% of the front end, on...
  • Woman who was badly beaten outside Santa Ana nightclub dies

    She was the youngest in a blended family, a psychology grad who discovered she'd really rather write — or talk, the big heart with the sunny personality who picked up causes and friends with a full embrace. Kim Pham, friends and family agreed,...
  • Even with the heat, it's game on for hockey at Dodger Stadium

    Even with the heat, it's game on for hockey at Dodger Stadium
    Dodger Stadium in mid-January is peaceful after sundown. The distinctive scoreboard is barely visible through the twilight, the air is cool, and the quiet is almost a presence itself. "We've heard coyotes howling late at night," Dan Craig says. A...
  • Failing Metro-North Needs High-Tech Sensors

    With the recent news of the Federal Railroad Administration issuing an emergency order regulating the speed of Metro-North trains, the last years of my mother's driving career came to mind. As she grew older, my mother's driving skills became erratic....
  • Snowed-in Atlanta: Drivers trapped overnight; kids sleep at school

    Snowed-in Atlanta: Drivers trapped overnight; kids sleep at school
    ATLANTA, Ga. -- It was just a few inches of snow, but for the normally balmy South, enough of it fell to throw life into turmoil for millions of people from Louisiana to Virginia on Wednesday, trapping Atlanta motorists overnight on highways and forcing...
  • U.S. regulators plan car-to-car communications to prevent accidents

    U.S. regulators plan car-to-car communications to prevent accidents
    The Department of Transportation will push the development of a short-range radio system aimed at stopping crashes by allowing cars to exchange basic facts about speed and direction to other vehicles as fast at 10 times a second. Called vehicle-to-...
  • Make a play for Super Bowl freebies

    Make a play for Super Bowl freebies
    Today's big game is not just about football. It's about fun, food and freebies. But first, a word on the sponsors. Budweiser and Heinz are getting buzz with Super Bowl spots already posted on YouTube. The King of Beers goes all in for a misty-eyed...
  • Justin Bieber's arrest is an opportunity to promote safe driving, advocate says

    Justin Bieber's arrest is an opportunity to promote safe driving, advocate says
    The Justin Bieber circus has left town, perhaps to resume on his Feb. 14 arraignment or later, a case stemming from his Jan. 23 arrest, when Miami Beach police charged him with DUI, resisting arrest without violence and having an expired driver's license....
  • Monitor health issues to keep you safe behind the wheel

    For many of us, driving is a vital component of freedom and independence. But aging brings physical changes that can jeopardize your future on the road. "Most people I see don't think they have any driving problems," says Barbara Moscowitz, a geriatric...
  • Four to 10 inches of snow possible in Tuesday's snowstorm

    Four to 10 inches of snow possible in Tuesday's snowstorm
    As snow started to fall across Maryland, highway officials urged people to stay off the roads, schools and offices closed, and flights were delayed. By early afternoon, multiple accidents and backups were reported throughout the area. The National...
  • German car industry rocked by vote-rigging in auto prize

    German car industry rocked by vote-rigging in auto prize
    BERLIN/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Germany's ADAC car club, Europe's largest and most influential, said on Monday revelations it had falsified results of its annual car award struck at the core of its credibility and critics raised questions about its car...