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Ron Baselice/Staff Photographer The new Grand Prairie Park & Ride is currently under construction. It's hard to miss the new parking lot being built amid towering knolls on Interstate 30 in Grand Prairie. And in case it wasn't evident, a large sign
Homebuilding stocks were down yesterday, following Hovnanian Enterprises, Inc.'s ( HOV ) announcement of weaker-than-expected earnings results. The leading national homebuilder reported results that reflected weakness in the housing markets, which
Prius has been America's favorite green car for decades. In 2013, for the second-consecutive year, the Prius became the best-selling nameplate in California -- the country's largest automotive market. American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy
The agency said last night that the lanes would be closed this morning, but less than expected snowfall meant PennDOT workers got the roadway cleared and ready for vehicles with at least two passengers.
Share this article Nissan Leaf Reuters A new survey from the San Diego-based Center for Sustainable Energy suggests owners of three of the most popular plug-in electric vehicles in the market have three different main reasons for plunging into the
An ex-volunteer with a civilian patrol program for the Broward Sheriff's Office was impersonating a cop when he crossed paths with a real deputy, authorities said. Philippe Elie, 30, of Boynton Beach , parked his black Chevy Suburban along Interstate
The Broward Sheriff's Office is facing legal trouble from a Florida woman who claims she was physically removed from her car and thrown in jail for a night all for what the sheriff's deputy described as the felony crime of recording their traffic
Taxpayer funds built these freeways, yet HOV, toll lanes and the like exclude certain drivers from using them. Since the goal is to encourage more people to travel by mass transit and eliminate the need for more freeway lanes, the solution is to
Stephen Quinn, 26, of Newbury, Mass. died of injuries to the head and chest area in the crash. It took investigators several days to identify him because his body was so badly burned. Pennsylvania State Police said Mr. Quinn was traveling north in
TV is reporting one fatality in the crash of the vehicle that veered off I-279 near the Perrysville Avenue Exit.