Mark Oberholtzer of Mark-1 Plumbing in Texas City, Texas, has no need to imagine, but it's probably his worst nightmare. That's because an image of his old Ford F-250 is now on Twitter as a gun platform in the Syrian Civil War.
As part of the Uplift Someone Christmas initiative, the police department in Lowell, Michigan, pulled over a handful of drivers for a variety of supposed traffic violations, but instead of getting a ticket, the random citizens got items on their holiday shopping list.
A Texas police officer is under investigation for using excessive force on an elderly man during a routine traffic stop last week.
A fully realized "digital wallet" is inching closer to reality with Iowa's planned driver's license app.
Next year, three California school districts will soon participate in a experiment that will examine whether school buses can be used beyond their traditional scope of transporting children to and from classrooms.
A woman who dropped her car off at a local repair shop in Portland, Oregon was surprised to receive a ticket after one of the shop's employees was caught running a red light at 3am in her car.
New research indicates that older folks understand that there's a concern about their safety as drivers, and suggests they are willing to accept measures that could potentially keep them off the highways.
Every Christmas, holiday-themed car commercials spur millions to wonder 'who gives a car for Christmas?' immediately followed by 'and where do they find those big bows?'
General Motors announced Wednesday it would restore the one millionth Corvette ever produced to its former glory.
The re-release of Grand Theft Auto V hasn't only shoved the open-world title back into the spotlight, but it's portrayal of sex, violence and crime is getting a closer look, leading some stores in Australia to ban sales of the updated game.
After making their fortune building a successful technology consulting firm, Eric and Amity Peterson indulged in their passion for high-powered supercars. Now that passion is being put to work in their foundation, Dream Drives for Kids, in Portland, Oregon.
A new gas station called OnCue in Oklahoma City priced its gas at $1.99 per gallon yesterday, prompting a rival station down the road to go even further with $1.98 a gallon gas.