Toyota Adding 1.6 Million Vehicles To Takata Air Bag RecallToyota Motor Corp. is recalling nearly 1.6 million vehicles in the U.S. to replace potentially faulty front passenger air bag inflators made by Takata Corp. of Japan.
Ford F-150 SuperCab Earns "Top Safety Pick"The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) said the Ford F-150 SuperCab earned its top rating, performing best in all of its crash tests.
Toyota Recalls Over 1.1M SUVs Over Possible Seat Belt FailureToyota issued a recall for more than 1.1 million small SUVS throughout the U.S. over seat belt issues.
Police Searching For Fatal Hit & Run DriverPolice are searching for a hit and run driver who struck a man early Sunday morning.
NASCAR Star Denny Hamlin Visits South Florida MuseumOne of the top drivers in NASCAR was in South Florida on Tuesday, visiting the Museum of Discovery and Science in Fort Lauderdale.
Auto Safety Agency Chief In Miami On Air Bag TourNational Highway Traffic Safety Administrator Mark Rosekind was in Miami Wednesday on a tour dealing with defective air bags.
Boynton Beach Police Investigate Early Morning RobberiesPolice are investigating three robberies that happened within a couple block of each other and in a 15 minute time frame.
Family Holds Party For Dania Beach Hit & Run Victim Family and friends gathered Saturday to show support for a South Florida teen who was the victim of a hit-and-run crash that killed his little brother.
Dania Community Rallies Support For Hit-&-Run Victim Released From HospitalThe community gathered on Thursday in support for a South Florida teen who was the victim of a hit-and-run crash.
Drivers: Return To Your Dealers For A 2nd Air Bag Recall FixDrivers will have to go back to the shop for more work on faulty air bags that have already been recalled.
Police Identify Man Found Dead Inside Parked CarResidents of a West Miami-Dade apartment complex are shaken up Thursday after a young man was found dead inside a parked car.
Winners Crowned After New Round Of Crash TestsAs the holiday season gets into high gear, more Americans are expected to take to the roads than ever before. Close to 100 million will hit the highways and byways. If you're one of them, there's new information about which cars may be the safest choices for you and your family.