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Ford Edge door ajar lights no cause for recall
Drivers reported the door ajar lights on 2011-13 Ford Edge vehicles wouldn’t turn off        
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Mendoza finds money for $32,000 used car for her office
The state budget impasse didn’t stop Illinois Comptroller Susana Mendoza from purchasing a $32,000 used SUV as part of her department’s fleet.
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Officer jumps from fleeing SUV in West Philly, suffers minor injuries

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All-New 2018 Ford Expedition Full-Size SUV
       
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The 2018 Ford Expedition
       
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Ford debuts aluminum-body Expedition
New aluminum-body Ford Expedition is roomier and loaded with features        
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1 person died in 2-vehicle crash on Broad Street in Ogontz

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Ford F-150 Raptor, an off-road beast, is headed to China
The Ford F-150 Raptor is built for aggressive off-road action. YouTube carries plenty of videos of the Raptor in action, from the Mojave Desert to the dunes of Dubai. It won’t be long before you see some footage from the Gobi Desert too. On Thursday, Ford Motor Co. announced it will start shipping...
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Ford begins exporting Raptor to China
Ford Motor Co. for the first time exports an F-Series truck to China        
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Bike shop missing $300 after burglary; college student dumps 'no dumping' sign: Berea police blotter
About $300 in cash was stolen from Berea Bicycles & Scooters. Someone smashed a front window to get inside. Also, a Berea college student landed in trouble with police after he dumped a sign that said, "No dumping." Carol Kovach, special to Sun News  Breaking & entering, North Rocky River Drive: About $300 in cash was stolen late Jan. 24 or early Jan. 25 from Berea Bicycles & Scooters, 300 North Rocky River. Someone smashed a front window of the business to get inside. Police believe a bike rack that was outside the store, or a sign above the rack, was used to break the window. The money had been in a cash register drawer, which was yanked from the register. The shop owner said he had locked the register drawer before leaving late Jan. 24. However, anyone could have unlocked the register by pushing a button. The business had no alarm or security cameras. Found property, Spring & Seminary streets: A Berea man, 21, landed in trouble with police after he dumped a sign that said, "No dumping." The man dropped the sign after noticing that police had spotted him carrying it at about 12:45 a.m. Jan. 29. The officer asked the man what he was doing with the sign. The man, a Baldwin Wallace University student, said he had found the sign at the corner of Jacob and Beech streets and thought it would look "neat" hanging in his room. The officer advised the man to use better discretion when picking things up from the street. The man said he understood and apologized.    Grand theft auto, Emerson Drive: A 2006 Ford Explorer was stolen between 2-3 a.m. Jan. 31 from a driveway. The owner had left the vehicle unlocked and the keys inside. The victim had also left his driver's license and $30-$40 in cash in the vehicle. Marijuana possession, Edgewood Drive: Two Berea boys, 14 and 13, face charges in juvenile court after police caught them smoking marijuana in a shed outside a vacant house. A citizen called police at 5:20 p.m. Jan. 30 after seeing the boys break into the shed. Police ordered the boys out of the shed, and one officer sustained a small head cut from a piece of metal in the shed. Petty theft, Stone Ridge Circle: A backpack, hammock, rain pants and nylon rope were stolen between 10 p.m. Jan. 30 and 8 a.m. Jan. 31 from a car parked outside Stone Ridge Apartments, 6102 Stone Ridge. The victim believes he may have left his car unlocked. There were no signs of a break-in. Marijuana possession, Stanford Drive: A Cleveland man, 19, was arrested at about 12:15 a.m. Jan. 31 after he passed a marijuana cigar to police. A police officer had stopped the man's Ford Ranger after seeing it drift left of center. The vehicle smelled like marijuana. When the officer asked about the odor, the man handed over the marijuana cigar, which he said he had just finished smoking. Police found a baggie of marijuana in the man's jacket pocket, and a digital scale and marijuana shake in his Ranger.   Marijuana possession, Front Street: A Cleveland man, 23, was cited at about 2:30 p.m. Jan. 25 after police noticed that his Buick Regal's license plate was not displayed clearly. The plate was propped up by a shirt in the car's rear window. After police stopped the man on Front near Adalbert Street, they smelled marijuana in his car. Officers found a small bag of marijuana in his jeans pocket. Overdose, West Street: A Berea man, 31, was taken to Southwest General Health Center at about 4:30 p.m. Jan. 29 after he overdosed on heroin. A 31-year-old woman who lived with the man called police after he passed out in their driveway. When police arrived, the woman was trying to revive the man using chest compressions. His skin was blue and he had no pulse. Police gave the man Narcan, a heroin antidote, and his eyes started moving. Paramedics arrived and continued chest compressions. The man was awake and talking before paramedics transported him to Southwest.  The woman said she had driven the man to a Cleveland drug dealer to buy heroin earlier that day. The man inhaled the heroin from the back of a cell phone in the woman's car while it parked outside a restaurant on Ohio 237. As she drove him home, he started "nodding off." Police found 10 prescription pills - acetaminophen-codeine, methocarbamol, a muscle relaxer, and ranitidine, an antacid - on the woman. The pills had been prescribed to someone else. She faces drug charges.  To comment on this story, please visit Thursday's crime and courts comments page.
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Ford plant never moving to Mexico, despite Trump
Ford will keep Lincoln MKC production in Kentucky; plant was never moving to Mexico        
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Ford plant never moving to Mexico, despite Trump tweets
Ford will keep Lincoln MKC production in Kentucky; plant was never moving to Mexico        
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Trump: Lincoln to stay in Ky.; Ford confirms
Contract with UAW agrees to phase out MKC in Louisville, but company and union never said where production was headed        
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Trump's claim taking credit for Ford 'keeping the Lincoln plant in Kentucky'
Trump can't take credit for stopping something that was never going to happen.
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Trump tweets: Lincoln to stay in Ky.; Ford confirms
Contract with UAW agrees to phase out MKC in Louisville, but company and union never said where production was headed        
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Trump tweets: MKC to stay in Ky; Ford confirms
Contract with UAW agrees to phase out MKC in Louisville, but company and union never said where production was headed        
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Arrest made after woman’s kidnap, rape, torture
A suspect was arrested Sunday after allegedly kidnapping a woman holding her inside a home near Schoolcraft and Schaefer       
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Suspect arrested after woman’s kidnap, rape, torture
A suspect was arrested Sunday after allegedly kidnapping a woman holding her inside a home near Schoolcraft and Schaefer       
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