One person killed in Thursday morning crash.
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The classic car was in the process of being sold to a new owner.
- Associated Press
U.S. safety regulators are investigating fuel pump failures in more than 600,000 diesel Ram trucks that could cause the engines to stall or lose power. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says in documents posted on its website Monday that it received 22 complaints and two field reports of engines stalling due to high-pressure fuel pumps failing. Agency documents say it has no reports of crashes or injuries.
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The 2022 Bronco Everglades is official, with a winch and a snorkel to boot. The Everglades package was one of the Easter eggs discovered in Ford's ordering system in September. The system showed it bearing a 922A order code and applicable to the four-door Bronco models only.
- Business Insider
Foxconn won't sell its Model E sedan and Model C SUV under its own brand. It'll partner up with car companies instead.
Barron's drove a Rivian R1T a week after riding in an all-electric Ford F-150 Lightning. Both are impressive vehicles.
- USA TODAY
Police say the driver of the semi-truck car hauler and his dog were 'shaken' but alive.
Tesla has started delivering its revised Model X, but new buyers could be waiting several months for their electric crossovers.
- Star Tribune (Minneapolis)
A new Canadian railroad venture is sparking a significant increase of 15 to 20 oil trains that run through Minnesota each month. Canadian Pacific Railway's specialized new Canadian crude cargoes run on its main line, which bisects the Twin Cities. And the Canadian rail giant's recent deal to purchase a major U.S. railroad will likely make its new oil service even more appealing to shippers. ...
A 66-year-old man has pleaded guilty to a charge in relation to the death of Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala in a light-aircraft crash in 2019, a British court heard on Monday.
- Business Insider
Singapore Airlines will fly the Airbus A380 on on a 60-minute flight as carriers continue to bring back the world's largest passenger plane
Singapore Airlines is set to operate the shortest Airbus A380 flight in service on a mere 60-minute hop between Singapore and Malaysia.
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The 2021 F-150 Tremor is Ford’s latest addition to its mid-tier off-roading family. Joining the Super Duty and Ranger models of the same name, the new half-ton slots in between the FX4 off-road package and its full-blown Raptor model(s), giving potential buyers access to increased capability without having to cough up the sort of money its halo trucks go for. When Ford first announced the half-ton variant of the Tremor, we equated it to a Junior-Varsity Raptor.
- Miami Herald
We know the various ways to get around in Florida besides your souped-up sports car. There’s Uber, scooter, even walking.
- Robb Report
A rare example of the 1975 BMW 3.0 CSL is available through the Werk Shop and certain to be the centerpiece of any BMW collection.
- KTRK – Houston
Authorities say the victim, who was driving, hit the shooter's car just moments before the teenage gunman reportedly opened fire.
- Washington Examiner
The D.C. Metro train that derailed near Arlington Cemetery station last week, causing commuter chaos in the process, had derailed twice previously that same day, The National Transportation Safety Board announced Monday.
A Texas truck driver who lost control of his semi-trailer along a Colorado mountain highway in 2019, ramming into stopped traffic and killing four people in a fiery crash, was convicted late Friday of vehicular homicide and related charges. Rogel Lazaro Aguilera-Mederos, 25, was convicted by a Jefferson County, Colorado, jury of four counts of homicide and more than two dozen other charges, including vehicular assault, reckless driving and careless driving resulting in death. Prosecutors said during the trial that Aguilera-Mederos knew his brakes were failing as he descended Interstate 70, west of Denver, on April 15, 2019.