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Mitsubishi closing Moses Lake testing facility

MOSES LAKE – Mitsubishi Aircraft told local employees on Thursday that the company was postponing production of its SpaceJet M100 passenger plane and closing its U.S. operations, according to an email from a company spokesperson. Jeff Dronen, director of strategic communications for Mitsubishi Aircraft, said in an email to the Columbia Basin Herald that the upcoming annual budget for Mitsubishi Heavy Industries – Mitsubishi Aircraft’s parent company – was significantly reduced.

Lebanon PM seeks foreign support for reforms amid protests

Lebanon’s embattled prime minister sought international support Tuesday for a sweeping economic reform package announced a day earlier, which was intended to pacify massive protests calling for his government to resign

U.S. expands probe into air bag failures to 12.3M vehicles

U.S. auto safety regulators have expanded an investigation into malfunctioning air bag controls to include 12.3 million vehicles because the bags may not inflate in a crash. The problem could be responsible for as many as eight deaths.

Scott McCarron opens 3-shot lead in PGA Tour Champions event

Scott McCarron birdied the par-5 18th hole to take a three-stroke lead in the PGA Tour Champions’ Mitsubishi Electric Classic. The 53-year-old McCarron completed a 4-under 68 in the morning in the rain-delayed second round and shot a 70 in the afternoon to reach 6-under 138 at TPC Sugarloaf.

Scott McCarron leads rain-delayed PGA Tour Champions event

Scott McCarron topped the leaderboard at 4 under with two holes left when first-round play in the rain-delayed Mitsubishi Electric Classic was suspended because of darkness. The start of the PGA Tour Champions event was delayed more than four hours because of 2 3/4 inches of rain overnight and severe weather in the morning at TPC Sugarloaf.

David Toms takes 4-shot lead in PGA Tour Champions opener

David Toms shot his second straight 7-under 65 to take a four-stroke lead in the PGA Tour Champions’ season-opening Mitsubishi Electric Championship. The 52-year-old Toms had eight birdies and a bogey on another windy day at Hualalai.

Steve Flesch wins 1st PGA Tour title in 38-hole day

Steve Flesch needed 38 holes to win the Mitsubishi Electric Classic for his first PGA Tour Champions victory. The 50-year-old Flesch birdied the second hole of a playoff with Scott Parel at TPC Sugarloaf in the event completed a day early because of forecast rain and lightning. Bernhard Langer dropped out on the first extra hole.

Champions: Jay Haas takes lead into 36-hole Saturday finish

Jay Haas nearly shot his age to take the lead into a 36-hole Saturday finish in the PGA Tour Champions’ Mitsubishi Electric Classic. The 64-year-old Haas birdied the final two holes at TPC Sugarloaf for a 7-under 65 and a one-stroke lead over Steve Flesch. Facing a forecast of 1 1/2 inches of rain overnight Sunday and the threat of lightning Sunday, tournament officials decided to play both the second and third rounds Saturday.

Mitsubishi Outlander Sport: Holding the fort until help arrives

Like the first crocus after a long winter, signs of new life are appearing at Mitsubishi. There isn’t room — or reason — to detail here Mitsubishi’s recent woes. In a nutshell, though, it has weathered a string of bad years. Mitsu is one of...

Colin Montgomerie takes 2-shot lead in PGA Tour Champions opener

Colin Montgomerie shot a second straight 7-under 65 to take a two-shot lead into the final round of the Mitsubishi Electric Championship, the season opener on the PGA Tour Champions. The 54-year-old Scot, a six-time winner on the over-50 tour, didn’t miss a fairway and made five birdies on the back nine to reach 14 under through 36 holes at Hualalai. First-round co-leaders Gene Sauers and Jerry Kelly each shot 68 and were 12 under.