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7 headlines found matching 'car keys'
Wed August 30, 2017
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(The New York Times)
 
 
 
Good news: better car safety features keep older people driving longer. Bad news: better car safety features keep older people driving longer
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Wed August 23, 2017
(AL.com)
 
 
 
Once again, a carjacking is foiled by the world's most effective automotive anti-theft device: the manual transmission
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Mon August 14, 2017
(TampaBay.com (St. Petersburg Tim)
 
 
 
"After years of suffering depredations, the Southerner is now preparing for a fight . . . If history is our guide, this will not end well for the Left," according to Florida man, who may have read a slightly different history book than the rest of us
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Tue August 08, 2017
(WMUR New Hampshire)
 
 
 
Screaming kids scare off would-be carjackers, potential dates
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Tue July 18, 2017
(Yakima Herald Republic)
 
 
 
Pro tip: Don't leave your cell phone and keys behind when robbing the Quick Stop
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Wed July 05, 2017
(Some Boo)
 
 
 
Florida: Where even the ghosts are suicidal
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Thu June 08, 2017
(ABC 17 Columbia)
 
 
 
Missouri man has pair of pants stolen, and probably doesn't want them back
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