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Crash victim had posted videos riding in Tesla on Autopilot

LOS ANGELES – The driver of a Tesla involved in a fatal crash that California highway authorities said may have been on operating on Autopilot posted social media videos of himself riding in the vehicle without his hands on the wheel or foot on the pedal.

Simply for safety

Self-preservation is a worthy motivation for driving well.

WSP: Go Gonzaga, but drive sober

State police are beefing up patrols and warning motorists about the dangers of driving drunk this weekend as Gonzaga’s men’s basketball team heads to the Final Four on Saturday.

Drunken driving charge against Bruce Springsteen dropped

The government dropped drunken driving and reckless driving charges against Bruce Springsteen on Wednesday stemming from an incident in November, admitting that the rocker's blood-alcohol level was so low that it didn't warrant the charges.

California court rejects lawsuit challenging ride-share vote

The California Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit Wednesday that sought to overturn a ballot measure that kept app-based ride-hailing and delivery drivers independent contractors instead of employees eligible for benefits and job protections.

Georgia Senate GOP introduce bills to limit mail voting

ATLANTA — Republicans in Georgia’s state Senate are moving quickly to limit who can vote and how after Democrats won the presidential election and two U.S. Senate runoffs in the once reliably red state.

Then and Now: Broadway Truck Service

Broadway Truck Service was built on East Broadway Avenue next to the new freeway east of Spokane in 1960. Roy T. Williams was the president of the company and his brother, Bill, managed what they called Truck Town.