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The head of the Arizona Corporate Commission worries California power officials moving their wattage to the front of the line would export power outages to Arizona and elsewhere.

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In 2019, New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham committed the state to tackling greenhouse gas emissions in the state, which contribute to climate change and harm public health.

Wednesday, 07 July 2021 18:13

Thieves Steal Dead Man’s Classic Cars

 

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A woman in Cabot, AR, is once again mourning as her late father’s 1977 Chevrolet Corvette and 1968 Mustang were stolen.

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Leading used car ecommerce platform Shift has launched two new markets for consumers to buy its cars in Texas.

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In one fell swoop, thieves stole the classic cars and bicycles it took Bob Underwood 30 years of sacrifice to gather.

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On June 3, Arkansas Insurance Commissioner Alan McClain issued a statement reminding auto body shops anti-steering laws exist and reminding consumers they have the right to choose the body shop that repairs their vehicle after an accident.