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Ford Motor Co on Friday said it will host an analyst meeting next week, a surprise move that comes as the company prepares for the largest new model launch year in its history and faces mounting questions about Chief Executive Alan Mulally's future.
Seattle and has advised Microsoft's outgoing CEO Steve Ballmer . The uncertainty over Mr. Mulally's future comes as Ford is about to launch a pair of important new autosa new Mustang sports car and a full redesign of its F-150 pickup, its most
Tell us Star-Telegram A 16-year-old Arlington girl died in a collision in Grand Prairie Sunday afternoon. Caitlyn Carlile, a sophomore at Arlington Sam Houston High School, was in the back seat of a Ford Taurus that collided with a Chevy Tahoe at the
Francisco Miranda Jr. had a passenger in his vehicle when he allegedly struck the women outside of Natividad Medical Center last Wednesday, Salinas police confirmed. Salinas Cmdr. Mike Groves said Wednesday they are not releasing the name of the
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Two female pedestrians were killed in a hit and run vehicle collision outside Natividad Medical Center in Salinas on Wednesday evening, according to police. Officers said that one of the victims was a female patient who was transported to the
File photo The Tuscaloosa News Staff Writer The Tuscaloosa News Published: Friday, November 15, 2013 at 6:00 p.m...A man who police said caused a fatal crash with a man on a lawn mower has been charged with manslaughter. Anthony Lorenzo Ward, 58,
The purchase, which the council approved at its Nov. 12 meeting, is typical for the borough as, Council President Philip Puglise said, they usually order two new vehicles for the police department every year. These vehicles are to be purchased
U.S. sales have been booming lately, and so have its profits. The company's sales were up again last month, and its third-quarter profits made investors quite happy. This all comes as influential critics have put a bull's-eye on the Blue Oval.
Some of the city's police cruisers are so bad they rattle and shake during car chases. On others, headlights burn out weekly and the exhaust fumes on some are so heavy officers have to roll down their windows. "Some of these vehicles could barely