Most -- if not all -- of the occupants in the Texas bus crash were wearing seat belts: NTSB
Most -- if not all -- of the occupants of a bus transporting churchgoers from a retreat in Texas were wearing their seat belts at the time of the crash, according to the NTSB . While the driver and front-seat passenger were equipped with standard three-point seat belts, the rear passenger seats
US Safety Agency Launches Probe of Fiat Chrysler Vehicles
A million vehicles produced by automobile manufacturer Fiat Chrysler are being investigated over the risk of a potentially deadly problem with gear shifters that may contribute to allowing the cars to roll away even when placed in park. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration
What You Should Know About the Possible UAW Strike Against Fiat Chrysler
A potential strike by the United Automobile Workers union against Fiat Chrysler could have a lasting impact on car buyers. A midnight deadline looms over Fiat Chrysler after the UAW notified the Italian-American carmaker yesterday that the union is ending its labor contract at 11:59 p.m. ET
NFL Team Responds Following Player's Logo Use
LeSean McCoy invited women to a party using an invitation which included the Buffalo Bills logo.
Son of Fallen Officer Receives Surprise Gift at Police Auction
A local rancher surprised everyone when he outbid Tanner Brownlee for his dad's car and then gave it to him.
Police Search for Thieves After Federal Judge Shot
The confrontation took place outside Judge Terrence Berg's home after he allegedly refused to let the men inside.
Do You Have a Defective Airbag? How to Check
Dear ABC News Fixer: As an owner of a 2004 Toyota Tundra, I am concerned about my safety because of the airbag defect that has been in the news . I have tried to determine whether I am at risk, but no one can tell me whether I have an ammonium nitrate-powered Takata airbag. I would like to have
Oh, snap! Football's getting crazy fast
Don't look away from the screen! Don't go to the concession stand for a beer! You'll miss something, because football keeps speeding up. The hurry-up offense is causing total snaps per game to increase. In the NFL, last season the New England Patriots snapped the ball six more times per game than
Chrysler Upsets School By Ordering Rare Dodge Viper Destroyed
Automotive students and faculty at a community college in Washington are distraught after learning that their beloved 1992, one of a kind, $250,000 Dodge Viper has been ordered destroyed by the car's manufacturer, Chrysler. "It's like taking a family pet, putting it in front of kids and destroying
Chrysler's Clint Eastwood Ad Adopted By Democrats, But Remember Their 2010 Tea Party Ad?
For the second year in a row, Chrysler used a Superbowl ad to make Americans feel good about the bailed out and resurging domestic car industry, the rust belt, and the country in general. “Its half-time, America,” Clint Eastwood rasped, suggesting the country is rebounding...