Expert: UAW Strike Has Cost GM $1B; Forced Mexican Plant ClosureA JP Morgan analyst says the 16-day strike by the United Auto Workers Union has cost General Motors about $1 billion.
President Trump Congratulates Texas On $250M Manufacturing Facility Coming To San AntonioPresident Donald Trump applauded the announcement by a major maker of commercial trucks and buses to open a $250 million manufacturing facility in San Antonio. 
As GM Strike Lingers Workers, Car Owners And Dealers Feeling The PinchThe UAW strike against General Motors has more than the company and striking workers feeling the pinch.
GM Recalling More Than 3 Million Pickups, SUVs To Fix BrakesIt took pressure from the federal government, but General Motors is now recalling nearly 3.8 million big pickups and SUVs to fix a brake problem.
Nissan Set To Cut 12,500 Jobs As Profits PlungeNissan is slashing 12,500 jobs to cut costs as profits tumble and sales continue at a weak pace.
Average Age Of US Vehicles On The Road Hits New Record HighWhether it's quality, technology or budgeting, Americans are keeping their cars and trucks longer. The average age of vehicles on the road is near 12 years.
Feds Investigating If GM Pickup Recall Went Far EnoughSafety regulators in the U.S. are investigating whether General Motors went far enough when it recalled some 3,000 small pickup trucks in 2016.
Spring Rains Bring Bumper Crop Of Potholes!It's springtime in North Texas and that means rainfall, bluebonnets-- and yes, potholes.​
Ford Is Opening A New Truck Owner-Oriented Call Center In TexasFord Motor Company is opening a new customer service call center in Texas that will bring in some 500 jobs.
Steering Failure Concern Results In 650K+ Fiat Chrysler Truck RecallFiat Chrysler is recalling more than 660,000 heavy-duty trucks worldwide because a loose nut can cause a loss of steering control.
Detroit 3 Roll Out New Or Updated Versions Of Heavy Duty PickupsAll three Detroit automakers will be courting new and returning customers this year when they roll out new or substantially updated heavy-duty versions of their trucks.