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Published 7 hours ago
Study: Dozens deaths likely from VW cheating
WASHINGTON — Volkswagen’s pollution-control chicanery has not just been victimless tinkering, killing between five and 20 people in the United States annually in recent years, according to an Associated Press statistical and computer analysis.

Published 8 hours ago
UAW, Ford avoid strike in Kansas City
KANSAS CITY -- Ford Motor Co. averted a strike at a Missouri factory that builds its profitable F-150 pickup when the United Auto Workers union reached a settlement with the company on a local contract.

Updated 15 hours ago
‘No’ on contract leaves big quandary at UAW
After nearly seven hours of discussion, top officials from the United Auto Workers quietly dispersed into the night Thursday without offering any clues of how the union plans to move forward after union members widely rejected a proposed contract with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.

Updated 17 hours ago
Photos sharper on iPhone 6s
NEW YORK — Photography gets even better with Apple Inc.’s new iPhones.

Updated 17 hours ago
OSHA fines Lakeview Farms
An Allen County food manufacturer has been fined $30,600 for safety violations stemming from July and August inspections at its manufacturing site in Delphos.

Updated 17 hours ago
DHL shifting cargo stop to Detroit
Four years after BAX Global closed its cargo hub at Toledo Express Airport, the airport has lost a smaller-volume cargo carrier that took over some of that traffic.

10/2/2015 9:06 PM
Tami Longaberger suing Longaberger Co.
Tami Longaberger is suing the basket-making company her father founded and its parent company over $1 million she loaned to the company while it was “experiencing a severe cash crisis.”

10/2/2015 2:30 PM
Apollo 13 heroes honored at museum
One soared toward the moon in a life-and-death crisis aboard Apollo 13 to return to Earth alive.

10/2/2015 12:00 AM
UAW defeat blamed on lack of details
DETROIT — As top leadership within the United Auto Workers spent Thursday trying to dissect what went wrong and how to move forward after Fiat Chrysler workers widely rejected a contract proposal earlier this week, labor experts said part of the problem may have been one of messaging.

10/2/2015 10:52 AM
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