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  • $2 gasoline may be on the way

    $2 gasoline may be on the way
    Some parts of Florida could see $2 gasoline in the next couple of weeks, travel club AAA says. Already, motorists are saving an average of $10 on a tank of gas compared with last year, and prices continue to fall. Domestic oil supply is at a three-...
  • Record number of Americans expected to travel for holidays

    Record number of Americans expected to travel for holidays
    A record number of Americans will celebrate the year-end holidays away from home this year, AAA Travel predicted Tuesday. This year 98.6 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more from home for the holiday period, the highest travel volume on record...
  • Mandating E15 gasoline is a bad idea

    If the Chicago City Council moves forward with its mandate forcing Chicago gas stations to sell E15 gasoline, consumers and small-business owners could pay a hefty price. While E10 — gasoline with 10 percent ethanol — is in widespread use,...
  • Gas Prices Drop 11 Cents in a Week

     
    As oil prices keep falling, gasoline prices continue to tumble as well, and the forecasts for how low they can go keep changing. AAA predicted on Monday, when U.S. oil was trading at just less than $66 a barrel, that......
  • Nelson Cruz takes well-worn path to Mariners

    There is a little more to Nelson Cruz than his ability to blast a majestic, towering home run with a short, violent swing of the bat. Of course, that aspect has helped define a major-league career that made him a three-time all-star and helped earn...
  • Economics pushes many young adults to do without cars

    MINNEAPOLIS Consider Jake Gau a multimodal millennial. On chillier mornings, the 25-year-old rehabilitation aide hops on the No. 30 bus in northeast Minneapolis bound for his job at the Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute in Golden Valley. On warmer...
  • Road woes buried Rockies

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Colorado Rockies - INSIDE PITCH The Colorado Rockies endured their fourth consecutive losing season, although they managed to end their streak of two consecutive last-place finishes in the National League West. That...
  • Congress Moves Closer to Choosing NHTSA Chief

     
    You probably haven't heard of Mark Rosekind, a former NASA member who's been on the National Transportation Safety Board since 2010. But he soon may head to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the country's top auto-safety agency. The...
  • Falling gas prices may boost the U.S. economy

    Falling gas prices may boost the U.S. economy
    For the first time in four years, Los Angeles drivers are paying less than $3 on average for a gallon of gasoline, part of a nationwide free-fall in fuel prices that could provide a substantial boost to the economy. Because they're spending less at...
  • Chicago aldermen back E15 gas at city pumps

    Chicago aldermen back E15 gas at city pumps
    Larger Chicago gas stations could have less than a year to start offering fuel with higher levels of ethanol under plan a key City Council committee endorsed Monday. The 11-5 vote by the Finance Committee came after hours of debate featuring such...
  • Study: AAA Finds Safety Systems Still Have Kinks

     
    Blind spot monitors are one of those features that didn't exist when I started reviewing cars more than a decade ago, but now, according to AAA, nearly three-quarters of model-year 2014 vehicles offer blind spot detection and 50 percent offer......