Sunday Nov 24
US Marshals auction net more than $180,000
The U.S. Marshals Service says it has raised more than $180,000 to benefit victims of crime and law enforcement efforts in New Mexico.
The News Journal
Car tech improves safety -- but at a cost
Fixing a broken headlight used to be as cheap as $10 for a new bulb -- but break one of the fancy LED headlights on the new Toyota Corolla compact and it will set you back $737 to replace.
Ford 2011 F-250 Super Duty
Ford has always offered its pickups in an array of configurations to suit every taste, need and budget, and the 2011 Super Duty trucks carry that thinking forward with three cab styles--regular, SuperCab and Crew Cab--and two bed lengths.
Centre Daily Times
State College man indicted for falsifying income to buy luxury cars, live in subsidized home
Ivan Viktorovich Kronin, 31, of Cypress Way, is accused in the indictment Thursday in U.S. Middle District Court of stating on vehicle loan applications that his annual income from KPS Construction was between $60,000 and $78,000.