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A mans vehicle was stolen at gunpoint just after midnight Friday on 12th Avenue, Columbus police said. The 35-year-old victim wasnt injured in the vehicle hijacking. In a report, the man told police that he was driving in the 2400 block of 12th
General Motors Co. employee warned in 2005 that the auto maker had a "serious safety problem" with the design of ignition switches used on the 2006 Impala that could lead to a "big recall," but the company didn't recall the vehicles until early this
One of the most damming revelations about the way General Motors handled a fatal ignition switch linked to at least 13 deaths and 47 accidents was the way the company quietly made changes to the poorly engineered part back in 2006. It took two years
Bill Pugliano/Getty Images General Motors has recalled 3 million more cars for ignition switch issues, roughly doubling the number of GM vehicles with known switch problems in a crisis that has defined the automaker and new chief executive Mary Barra
General Motors' ignition switch problems have expanded to the company's larger vehicles. GM will recall an additional 3.36 million vehicles worldwide to replace or repair keys that could fall out of place. June 17, 2014 General Motors' ignition
Police are searching for the driver in a hit and run accident in East New York, Brooklyn early Sunday that left a pedestrian critically injured. Investigators say a 2003 Chevy Impala driving eastbound on the Linden Boulevard service road at about 1 a.
ET General Motors has announced the recall of 3.2 million more cars for faulty ignition switches. The latest recall is in addition to the 2.6 million cars that GM has already recalled for a similar problem. "The safety recall follows a review of
To compensate for the extra set of doors, the car's wheelbase has been expanded by 2.8 inches to add more leg room in the back, while the body is taller and six inches longer overall. In terms of engine options, there's the base model, packing a 1.5-
MT An off-duty officer recognized this flood-destroyed Chevrolet Impala at an auction. (Calgary Police) A Calgary police officer with an interest in collector cars is being credited for spotting a flood-damaged Chevrolet at an auction.
In an exclusive interview with Arab News, Maurice Williams, GM Middle East president and managing director, said that the company is offering training courses specifically for Saudi nationals which aim at empowering Saudi workforce. He confirms that