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Vehicles have become readily available violent weapons, but autonomous tech could "de-weaponize cars."

Vehicles have become readily available violent weapons, but autonomous tech could "de-weaponize cars."

Ownership

Revoked titles steer Texan buggies off-road.

Has the Texas DMV dune goofed?

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12,000 pounds of airborne chemicals were released after the storm caused ExxonMobil to shut down its facility in Baytown, TX.

After a disaster, the National Insurance Crime Bureau works with companies and authorities to identify cars with insurance claims to process them for sale.

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They'll help people get around on game days.

They're driverless, electric and free to use.

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The program runs through franchise dealers.

Texas had discontinued the state-funded electric vehicle perk in 2015.

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Critics are worried the new law in Texas is too lenient.

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The governor is poised to sign the override into law.

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'How fast was I going? ... Holy mackerel!'

Way to set an example for the kids there, Chief.

Motorsports

He follows last year's U.S. Grand Prix performance by Taylor Swift.

He's bringing sexy racing fans back.

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RV Match Brown replaces White Gold, which apparently didn't match with anything.

Ram, thinking of everything.

A man in Houston, Texas, is out his sweet new Lexus after the small-time repair shop he took it to just up and disappeared along with his car last month.

A Texas man is in some serious trouble today after lashing his son to himself with a dog leash then driving down a Houston freeway on a riding mower last Sunday.

And yes, he still drives.

At 110-years-old, Richard Overton is the oldest living United States Army veteran in the world. Born in Bastrop County, TX, in 1906, Overton served as a combat engineer in the South Pacific with the 1887th Engineer Aviation Battalion. Today, Overton resides in Austin where he lives independently in the house he built in 1945.

A Texan who had a little too much to drink in Austin last week got behind the wheel of his eye-wateringly expensive Ferrari and promptly drove it off a cliff and into a ravine.

Texas may not be as well known for tornadoes as, say, Kansas is, but it does get its fair share of weather. A trucker driving through Central Texas experienced some of that weather this week when he came upon a full-on tornado tearing along the highway in front of him.