Vindy.com for September Four, 2017
Stories published September Four, 2017
September 4th, two thousand seventeen at 06:41 PM
Harry Meshel, a former Ohio Senate president and state Democratic Party chairman has died after an illness.
September 4th, two thousand seventeen at 03:49 PM
2nd rail operator arrested at Canfield Fair
Woman, 20, rescued from side of Signal Hill after car plunges over iconic 250-metre cliff in N.L.
The Canadian Press
April Trio, two thousand sixteen 7:14 PM EDT
ST. JOHN`S, N.L. – A 20-year-old woman whose car plunged down iconic Signal Hill in St. John`s, N.L., hopped or was ejected just before it crashed partway down a rocky cliff Sunday high over the Atlantic Ocean. Read More
What to expect at the Detroit Auto Demonstrate
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Detroit may be steeped in its automotive past, but the Motor City is not feeling all that nostalgic about its contributions to the car industry. In the past, the North American International Auto demonstrate has been defined by muscle cars, concepts that celebrated iconic brand history, and unspoiled unadulterated horsepower. Read More
What Should an Apple Car Be?
As Apple moves closer to introducing autonomous vehicles, here are three strategies it may pursue in designing this product: A technology-driven entry in the Apple ecosystem, so that the car is indeed a Trojan pony to help sell more iPhones; a safety-driven product that utilizes Siri to combat the problem of texting-and-driving; or a game-changing, design-driven product that will update the minivan and create a high-tech mobile office for salespeople and other mobile workers. Read More
WAVE three anchor Dawne Gee sues Baptist Health over ‘negligent’ car – WDRB forty one Louisville News
LOUISVILLE, Ky., (WDRB) — WAVE three anchor Dawne Gee has filed a lawsuit against Baptist Health Louisville over alleged “negligent” treatment she received last May.
9-year-old boy accidentally set on fire after playing with gasoline
LMPD said a 9-year-old boy was rushed to the hospital after being accidentally set on fire. Read More
How Volvo defied the odds
“It shouldn’t be possible for the bumblebee to fly, but it does. This falls into the same category.” For Hakan Samuelsson, Volvo CEO and embodiment of the Swedish distaste for boastfulness, this borders on swagger.
Samuelsson was answering a question on the sidelines of the Geneva auto demonstrate in March: Why had Volvo succeeded when conventional automotive wisdom rated its chances of survival as slender at best when Ford Motor Co. Read More