Meth, heroin, cocaine, firearms ...
It's just like that one Seinfeld episode.
Motor City, Motown, and then, Carjack City.
Ford and the UAW are cooperating with local authorities following the shooting of an employee at one of the company's largest and most important factories this morning.
Kidnappers reportedly seek $36.6 million, the largest sum in Brazilian history.
30 cars were stolen within 24 hours of the star's death.
Wheel thieves hit a Dodge dealer leaving 14 beached, high-performance Chargers and Challengers in their wake.
A Minnesota woman managed to embezzle at least $4.5 million from her engineering firm by using a dummy organization linked to the ethanol business.
A woman attacked an employee at the GM Tech Center with a steak knife, stabbing her in the neck, back, and abdomen before a nearby valet stepped in.
South Korea has rejected Volkswagen's diesel recall plan and will proceed with criminal charges against the company and its local managing director.
The owner of a Lamborghini Huracan had his car torched allegedly over his role in the removal of Confederate monuments in the city of New Orleans.
A Chicago-area dealership group has filed suit against FCA accusing it of paying dealers to fake sales figures and "strong-arming" in the push to move metal.
A British man is a guest of Her Majesty's prisons after being sentenced to four years for stealing a Porsche Boxster, taping himself driving it, and crashing.
Police in London are looking for leads on a car thief sliced who was filmed slicing open a Porsche 911's soft-top in an attempt to steal it.
If you're going to sell a Lampredi Ferrari engine for $610,000, be a dear and actually pay the taxes on it, lest you get sentenced to two years in the clink.
Nicolae Popescu, the person with the second-highest reward on the FBI's Cyber Most Wanted list, is accused of making $3 million by fraudulently selling fake cars online to buyers in the US. The bureau is willing to pay $1 million for a tip leading to his capture.
In two separate incidents vandals in Arizona broke the windows on a 1969 Volkswagen bus, leaving its elderly owner with no transportation or way to make a living. So members of local car clubs donated money to get the van fixed.
A serious confrontation between an off-duty San Jose Police Officer and another motorist, that was caught on video, is raising come questions about the excessive use of force by police.
A defense attorney in Colorado Springs, CO is taking a different step in the fight against drunk driving, offering a $1,000 scholarship to teens willing to write about their experiences driving under the influence.
There're a lot of things to worry about concerning your vehicle, like getting the oil changed and keeping the tires at proper pressures, but based on the latest data from the FBI, auto theft doesn't necessarily have to be one of them. According to statistics released by the National Insurance Crime Bureau, 2013 showed the lowest number of stolen cars since 1967.