KMOV - An overnight car chase, involving four stolen cars from a car dealership in Nashville, Illinois, ended when one suspect jumped a fence at an O’Fallon, Illinois dealership and hid in the back of an SUV. The cars - two Dodge Challengers, a Mustang and a Ford Focus - were taken from Holzhauer Auto in Nashville and driven nearly 50 miles along Interstate 64 to O’Fallon, Illinois. According to police, the suspects rammed the gate of the dealership with the stolen vehicles.
Thursday, October 23, 2014
 
KMOV - Authorities are asking for help locating a man suspected of stealing a teenager’s iPhone out of her hand at the Delmar Metrolink on Sunday. Police say the 16-year-old victim was exiting the Metrolink platform when the suspect approached her and grabbed the iPhone out of her hand. According to police, the girl attempted to hold onto the phone but the suspect gained control of it and took off running east on Enright. Several days after the phone was stolen, the girl logged into her iCloud account and found the suspect was taking photos of himself with the stolen phone.
Thursday, October 23, 2014
 
WNEM - A woman is suing a home improvement retailer after her husband was killed by falling ceramic tiles in a suburban Detroit store. The Detroit Free Press reports a law firm filed two lawsuits against Menards on Thursday. One suit is for emotional anguish suffered by Cindy Colletti in witnessing her husband’s death. The other is a wrongful death lawsuit. The lawsuits say a Menards store employee on a forklift placed the 600-pound pallet of tiles on a shelf about 15 feet off the ground on Saturday. Police say it fell and crushed Richard Colletti moments later.
Thursday, October 23, 2014
 
WNEM - Dozens in Genesee Township did a double-take Wednesday, shocked to see a Jeep completely inside a house. Resident Tony Jordan and others heard calls for help and ran to do what they could."I went over there, went inside the house. I seen the lady driving, but I couldn’t see the people yelling for help," says Jordan who works at the Kearsley Food Market next door to the house. Sources tell TV5 a woman inside the house, had been sitting on the couch holding her 2-month-old grandson when the Jeep Liberty came crashing through the family room.
Thursday, October 23, 2014
 
WDSU - Other portions of a French Quarter building came falling down Wednesday afternoon after an initial collapse earlier this week. Crews returned to the scene near Royal and St. Ann streets to continue their investigation into the cause of the three-story building that partially collapsed on the left side of the second floor adjacent to another building. Later this afternoon, the remainder of the building buckled and fell to the ground.
Thursday, October 23, 2014
 
FOX 13 - Two lanes have reopened on westbound I-4 after an accident involving a Publix semi-truck and a pick-up truck. The crash happened shortly before 7 a.m. near Thonotosassa Road. All lanes were blocked as crews worked to dislodge the truck from underneath the middle of the semi, and then tow both vehicles from the scene. Two lanes are now getting by. Officials have not yet released the conditions of those involved in the crash, but a helicopter did arrive to transport at least one person to a nearby hospital for treatment.
Thursday, October 23, 2014
 
AccuWeather - A nor’easter will strengthen while moving up the Atlantic coast into Friday with the heaviest rain, strongest winds and biggest waves taking aim on New England and the Maritime Provinces of Canada. The worst part of the storm will continue into early Thursday in New England and into Thursday night in the maritime provinces of Canada. The storm battered New England on Wednesday night as widespread damage was reported. Tens of thousands of customers were without power across Connecticut, New York, Maine and Massachusetts.
Thursday, October 23, 2014
 
The Register-Guard - All sides in a complex dispute over a massive construction landslide south of Coos Bay have reached a settlement that clears the way for hundreds of tons of mud, rock, tree limbs and other debris to be cleared from a big water­way that’s home to federally protected coho salmon and green sturgeon. Under the deal, two insurance companies would kick in a total of $700,000 toward the cleanup, restoration and subsequent monitoring, according to the proposed consent decree filed Friday in U.S. District Court in Eugene.
Thursday, October 23, 2014
 
Bloomberg - Drivers of luxury vehicles in Florida should watch out. Their cars are the least likely in the U.S. to be returned if stolen. More than 25 percent of luxury cars taken from the beginning of 2010 through 2013 were never returned to their Floridian owners, the National Insurance Crime Bureau said today in a report. Cars that go unrecovered are frequently dismantled and sold for parts in the U.S. or abroad. Nationwide, about 17 percent of stolen luxury vehicles in the period were never found, according to the data.
Thursday, October 23, 2014
 
Reuters - Nissan Motor Co said on Thursday it is recalling 260,000 vehicles globally due to a defect in driver-side air bags made by Takata Corp. The Japanese parts maker is at the center of a burgeoning number of recalls over air bags that could spray shrapnel at occupants. The recalls affect Nissan’s March model, called Micra in Europe, and the Cube, a Nissan spokesman said. They are chiefly in Japan, with 104,905 cars, 30,000 in Europe and 11,000 in China, he said.
Thursday, October 23, 2014
 
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