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- A Police Chase Results In A Fiery Crash In Grand Crossing Cars collided and bursted into flames Wednesday as result of a police chase in the Grand Crossing neighborhood.
- Gas Prices Expected To Rise After OPEC Cuts Production Oil prices have surged because traders believe OPEC is finally addressing an oil glut that has depressed prices for the past two years.
- 73-Year-Old Man Fatally Shot While Driving In North Austin At 2:20 a.m., he was going through the 1300 block of North Laramie when someone opened fire and he was hit in the side, according to Chicago Police.
- City Tows 175 Cars On First Day Of Winter Overnight Parking Ban Scores of drivers had to get a ride to the city pound Thursday morning, after their cars were towed overnight on the first day of the city’s winter overnight parking ban.
- EPA To Keep Strict Gas Mileage Standards In Place The Obama administration has decided not to change government fuel economy requirements for cars and light trucks despite protests from automakers.
- NHTSA Wants You To Complain About Cars More Government officials want more people to complain about auto safety problems. The NHTSA is proposing a rule requiring automakers put labels on sun visors of new vehicles with instructions on how to file safety complaints.
- VIDEO: Vandal Tears Apart Car For 6 Hours While Passersby Watch, Take Pictures A woman was caught on security camera jumping all over a car and then carving words all over the vehicle.
- IDOT Announces Driverless Cars, Says Illinois Needs To Prepare CHICAGO (CBS) -- The head of the Illinois Department of Transportation said driverless cars are here, and Illinois needs to welcome them. WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore reports from the Loop. State Transportation Secretary Randall...
- The Airbnb Of Cars Is Here, Allowing Owners To Rent Out Their Vehicles The new app used in Chicago and Evanston is called Getaround. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
- Report: Driver Asked Kids 'Are You Ready To Die' Before Crashing Bus In Chattanooga Parents of some of the children who survived a deadly school bus crash in Chattanooga are starting to shed some light on the moments leading up to the crash, which killed five kids.