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  • Rise and Drive car show has last event of season
    Rise and Drive car show has last event of season

    With the last gasp of leaves falling from the trees and the possibly the last playoff gasp of the Chicago Bears away in New England, the Soldier Field South parking lot hosts the final event of the inaugural season of the Rise and Drive car show on Sunday, October 26 from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.

  • Five favorite fall drives in the Midwest
    Five favorite fall drives in the Midwest

    Though it's time to roll out the crock pots, wool socks and hoodies, there’s time enough to enjoy the autumn splendor before construction season falls into winter. Our five favorite fall drives will take you alongside rivers, over bluffs, through dells and into the deepest senses...

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Auto review: Stylish 2015 Cadillac ATS coupe an alluring ride

The 2015 Cadillac ATS coupe makes enthusiastic driving irresistibly easy. Its sharp handling, sticky tires and suspension beg you to take each corner just a little faster. A low-slung, forward-leaning body completes the picture of a luxury car built to go fast and look good at any speed.

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  • GM, Chrysler, Nissan U.S. sales rise 19 percent
    GM, Chrysler, Nissan U.S. sales rise 19 percent

    NEW YORK — General Motors, Chrysler and Nissan all reported 19 percent increases in U.S. sales in September, beating the averages of analyst estimates, while Ford and Toyota Motor missed. All five reported increasing sales of sport-utility vehicles.

  • Porsche launches 911 Carrera GTS
    Porsche launches 911 Carrera GTS

    Porsche’s family of 911 models just keep growing.

  • Deaths linked to GM ignition-switch defect rise to 23
    Deaths linked to GM ignition-switch defect rise to 23

    DETROIT — The number of deaths linked to a faulty ignition switch in General Motors cars rose by two last week to 23, according to a report Monday from the lawyer overseeing a program set up to compensate accident victims.

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