Police: Ankeny man under the influence crashed motorcycle with child on board
- Detroit Free Press
A possible mechanical issue forced a Spirit Airlines flight to make an emergency landing at Detroit Metro Airport, an official said.
The Defender 110 has a top speed of 149 miles per hour, ground clearance of 11.5 inches, and a wading depth of nearly 3 ft, but, can you sleep in it?
- Associated Press
Medical examiners in West Virginia have released the names of six people killed in the crash of a Vietnam-era helicopter that gave tour rides. The aircraft crashed Wednesday during its last planned flight at an annual reunion for helicopter enthusiasts in Logan County. The state's chief medical examiner released the names of the victims on Saturday.
- Business Insider
Meet the woman who helped Ford beat range anxiety and get the electric F-150 Lightning truck on the road
Linda Zhang led the team that designed the electric version of America's most popular vehicle, creating a new generation of eco-truckers.
These cars have sat for far too long and are now ready to take on the world once again!
- Robb Report
Over the past couple years, we’ve ridden dozens e-bikes to find the best in each category. Here are eight superb models for every kind of rider.
This vehicle has been sitting in a field for decades but is now ready to be revived to its original Chevy glory.
- Business Insider
The Celestiq, which is expected to be unveiled this summer, is expected to cost $300,000, making it more expensive than the Tesla Roadster.
- Car and Driver
The daisy-chain system would work because of how GM has configured batteries in upcoming models including the Hummer EV, Chevy Silverado EV, and GMC Sierra EV.
Twin fans underneath allow 4,400 pounds of downforce from a standstill. Paired with an e-motor's instant torque, the Spéirling gets from zero to 60 miles per hour in less than 1.5 seconds.
- Lexington Herald-Leader
Kentucky State Police reported neither party was wearing a helmet at the time of the accident.
The prototype grand-tourer boasts high-performance power numbers from its all-new electric powertrain.
- The Hill
Airlines and passengers are suffering through a chaotic post-pandemic phase that has seen the industry struggle to deal with surging demand, leaving many passengers unhappy about everything from the prices of their tickets to aggravation over whether they’ll reach their destination. Demand for flights has surged this summer to levels not seen since before the…
- NY Daily News
An 11-year-old boy was clinging to life Saturday after he was struck and dragged by an unlicensed Mister Softee ice cream truck driver, police said Saturday. The child was bicycling near the corner of Sutter Ave. and Hendrix St. in East New York about 6:45 p.m. when the ice cream truck clipped him, knocking him off his bike, cops were told. The child and his bike fell underneath the ice cream ...
With gas prices on the rise, you may be looking to make the switch to a hybrid or electric vehicle. When choosing a hybrid or EV, you need to take certain factors into consideration that you don't...
- The Providence Journal
At speeds more than 75 miles per hour, the rear-view mirror shakes. The steering wheel does not shake at all and there is no vibration in the car.
- Car and Driver
This six-cylinder, stick-shift E30 appears to be an honest, unmolested example of the breed.
- Palm Beach Daily News
New Florida law revives ability to ticket drivers for loud car stereos, and even impound cars for loud stereos if part of an non-permitted beach party
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