Tour Buses Damaged by Fire

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. — Two buses being used for the “Styx and Foreigners Summer Concert” tour were badly damaged by fire. However, the bands proved the show must go on. It happened Wednesday in a parking lot in Philadelphia. The buses were empty at the time, and no one was injured. The fire appears to have … Continue reading »

GM Faulty Ignitions Lead to More Crashes

(CNN) — There are reports of more crashes being linked to faulty ignitions in GM vehicles. A spokesman said the number of frontal impact crashes now tied to the problems is up to 47. It had been 32. GM said the number of deaths related to the problems remains at 13, but officials with the … Continue reading »

Target CEO Ups Security

(CNN) — Target’s interim CEO has a message for customers. He said, “Guests can shop with confidence at Target.” John Mulligan replaced CEO Gregg Steinhafel, who resigned earlier this week. Target has been trying to fix its image since a massive data breach last year compromised the credit card information of millions of shoppers. Mulligan … Continue reading »

Travelers May Get a Break in Gas Prices

(CNN) — The peak summer driving season is just weeks away, and already analysts have some good news. Analysts are reporting that family-road trips might get a little cheaper. If you’re planning on loading up the family SUV this summer for a trip, you may get a break on gas prices. Analysts are reporting they … Continue reading »

President Releases Climate Change Report

(CNN) — Flooded rail lines, bigger and more frequent droughts, and a rash of wildfires are some of the alarming predictions released in a White House climate change report Tuesday. The White House is issuing a new report that sounds like the climate change alarm for future generations. It not only fits into the President’s … Continue reading »