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At some point today, you are probably going to be in a car. Presumably, you will be in that car because you are driving it somewhere.
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A Texas-based company proposed a natural gas pipeline through Mid-Michigan. ET Rover Pipeline met with residents who live in areas where the proposed pipeline could pass through.
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The following image of the Caped Crusader's notoriously suped-up ride was tweeted last week by "Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice" director Zack Snyder. If you're anxiously awaiting the big-screen showdown between DC's finest heroes , a crumb like this can get you salivating.
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A Detroit-area cancer specialist accused of giving patents unnecessary treatment has pleaded guilty to more than a dozen charges, including fraud and money laundering. Dr. Farid Fata pleaded guilty in Detroit federal court on Tuesday, a month before he was scheduled to go on trial.
They had prepared for wildfires and knew of the drought-parched forests, but the inferno that swirled through the California lumber town of Weed moved so quickly all people could do was flee. In just a few hours, wind-driven flames destroyed or damaged 150 structures, a saw mill and a church.
Audi announced today that it had received the first new permit issued by California for the testing of self-driving, or autonomous, cars on all the Golden State's roadways. The news comes the same day as 3 companies get Calif.
Ontario County District Attorney Michael Tantillo has determined that the decision whether to charge Tony Stewart in the August 9 death of fellow driver Kevin Ward, Jr. , at Canandaigua Motorsports Park should be left to a grand jury. Tantillo released the following statement: "Over the past several weeks I have reviewed with members of the Ontario County Sheriff's Department their investigation, as it progressed, in the Tony Stewart matter.
Cars can now drive, park and save themselves from danger, all while using less fuel than ever. Toyota is just about to play a major role in this sci-fi movie with the FCV, the first-ever fuel cell vehicle designed for the mass market.
Jayru Campbell, the 17-year-old former football star for Cass Tech High School, was arraigned in court today on a probation violation. Campbell had just completed his 57-day sentence for body slamming a security guard to the floor at his school last year.
During the first week of October 2012, the Journal reported that Starbucks stores around the country were running out of the syrup used to make its Pumpkin Spice Latte --- one of several fall drinks the chain releases seasonally, for a limited time. Sredl, who studies consumer consumption and seasonality, said that it's no surprise when big-name items, like a spiced latte in October or brand of shoe during back-to-school shopping season, become inextricably linked with the season in which they appear.
"What, are you insane?" That seems to be the response I get most from friends and family members when I tell them that I'd like another child one day. They are typically shocked not because I'm pregnant with my second child but because they've watched me suffer through hyperemesis gravidarum during both of my pregnancies.
Michigan State Police have arrested a Saginaw man in connection to the shooting death of a 15-year-old boy. A 21-year-old was booked into the Saginaw County Jail in the death of DeLeonce Williams Jr. on Thursday.
The Times Herald of Port Huron reports the sheriff's office said Monday that three men and one woman ages 23-44 years old were arrested Sunday. Deputies had responded to the area after a U.S. Customs and Border Protection helicopter reported seeing people shooting from a vehicle.
A judge has dismissed a murder charge against a northern Lower Peninsula man, accused of killing his missing 4 A1 2-month-old daughter. Mason County District Judge Peter Wadel in Ludington threw out the open murder charge Monday against 24-year-old Sean Phillips.
Uber drivers in New York are protesting for the second time in a month, fuming over the company's low fares. Fans of the cheap uberX service might want to take notice.
As Tesla Motors continues its state-by-state fight for its right to sell cars direct to the consumer, it can mark off the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as another battleground settled in its favor. The Wall Street Journal reports that the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court today ruled in Tesla's favor in a lawsuit filed two years ago by the state's auto dealer association.
In a deal that would create the world's second largest automotive supplier, Germany's ZF Friedrichshafen agreed to buy Livonia, Mich.-based TRW Automotive for approximately $12.4 billion Together, the two Germany's ZF to buy TRW Automotive for $12.4B In a deal that would create the world's second largest automotive supplier, Germany's ZF Friedrichshafen agreed to buy Livonia, Mich.-based TRW Automotive for approximately $12.4 billion Together, the two Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1s3QCMB In a deal that would create the world's second largest automotive supplier, Germany's ZF Friedrichshafen agreed to buy Livonia, Mich.-based TRW Automotive for approximately $12.4 billion Together, the two automakers have combined annual sales of more than $41 billion and about 138,000 employees.
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