Wednesday, August 9, 2017

"FOX 2" : Fire heavily damages Country Classic Cars in Staunton

_Fans of classic cars are upset this morning after a fire rips through a car museum in Staunton, Illinois. Firefighters say the flames were going through the roof when they arrived at Country Classic Cars on Old Route 66 after 8 p.m. Tuesday. As many as 150 classic cars were inside. Please enable Javascript to watch this videoSTAUNTON, Il. The Illinois State Fire Marshal's office is investigating what started the fire.


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Dozens of firefighters battle Country Classic Cars blaze


Dozens of firefighters battle Country Classic Cars blaze
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Fire damages Country Classic Cars in Staunton, Illinois


Fire damages Country Classic Cars in Staunton, Illinois
Eleven fire departments responded to a fire at Country Classic Cars along I-55 in Staunton, Illinois Tuesday night. (Photo: KSDK, Custom)STAUNTON, ILL. - Eleven fire departments responded to a fire at Country Classic Cars in Staunton, Illinois Tuesday night. Scene photos: Fire at Country Classic Cars in Staunton, IllinoisThis story will be updated when more information becomes available. The business, located at 2149 E. Frontage Road along I-55, is known for their collection of classic cars and trucks. Macoupin County Sheriff Shawn Kahl said the fire was contained but not out as of 9:40 Tuesday night.


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Tuesday, August 8, 2017

"www" said : New generation of smart cars will now be better protected from hackers

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A new generation of internet-connected cars will have to be better protected from hackers, under tough new government guidance issued today (6 August 2017). Smart vehicles are increasingly becoming the norm on British roads – allowing drivers to access maps, travel information and new digital radio services from the driving seat. But while smart cars and vans offer new services for drivers, it is feared would-be hackers could target them to access personal data, steal cars that use keyless entry, or even take control of technology for malicious reasons. Now new government guidance will ensure engineers developing smart vehicles will have to toughen up cyber protections and help design out hacking. The government will continue to support and work collaboratively with industry to make sure vehicles are protected from cyber-attacks.


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UK government sets out tougher guidelines to protect smart cars from hackers


UK government sets out tougher guidelines to protect smart cars from hackers
The new guidelines include making the systems able to withstand receiving corrupt, invalid or malicious data or commands, and allowing users to delete personally identifiable data held on a vehicle's systems. The new guidelines will also ensure that engineers seek to design out cyber security threats as they develop new vehicles, the government said. "Measures to be put before parliament mean that insuring modern vehicles will provide protection for consumers if technologies fail," it said. Alongside this, the government said it was also planning new legislation governing insurance for self-driving cars. "Our key principles give advice on what organizations should do, from the board level down, as well as technical design and development considerations."

The UK government has issued new cybersecurity guidelines for smart cars
The British government today issued a new set of guidelines designed to encourage automakers to make vehicles cybersecurity a priority. This isn't the only avenue in which the UK Government is working to address autonomous vehicles. Getting automakers to comply with governmental rules isn't exactly a trivial concern either, as self-driving car makers in the US haven't exactly been forthcoming when it comes to getting onboard with potential federal guidelines. Essentially, automakers should be putting a greater emphasis on ensuring that the systems in their products are secure and that consumers won't be left hanging because they own an older vehicle. During her speech opening Parliament in June, the Queen announced the Autonomous and Electric Vehicles Bill, which will "allow innovation to flourish and ensure the next wave of self-driving technology is invented, designed and operated safely in the UK".


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"Mississippi News Now" said : Two cars stolen from Jackson dealership

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Jackson police are looking for two unidentified black males who stole two cars from the Herrin Gear dealership on High Street. Suspects described as 2 unidentified young black males. (@JacksonMSPolice) August 7, 2017One of the cars is a Herrin-Gear Infiniti, gray 2013 G37 and a gray Q50. Both cars have paper tags and were stolen around 1:00 p.m. Vehicles last seen travelin south on I-55.


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1 of 2 cars stolen from dealership kill 3 teens in crash - Story


1 of 2 cars stolen from dealership kill 3 teens in crash - Story
Three people inside -- ages 16, 16 and 14 -- were pronounced dead at the scene. "They were accelerating fast, slowing down, accelerating, slowing down. According to the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office, deputies spotted two cars that were recently stolen from a Clearwater car dealership driving together. - Three teens in Florida were killed early Sunday morning in a car crash in a stolen vehicle. It ended up crashing into another car, going airborne, hitting several parked cars, rolled multiple times and caught fire.

JPD seeks cars stolen from dealership
If you have knowledge of this or any crime, please call JPD at 601-960-1234 or Crime Stoppers at 601-355-TIPS (8477). Skip in Skip x Embed x Share CLOSE JPD's auto theft division searches for chop shops Therese Apel2013 Infiniti G Coupe (Photo: Infiniti)Jackson Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating two vehicles stolen from a local dealership. Send a text to 847411 and enter "JPD," followed by your tip information, then press "send." "Suspects described as 2 unidentified young black males," JPD posted at 1:38 p.m. Monday. You may also submit a tip online by clicking on the web tip link on the homepage of the Central MS Crime Stoppers website, or submit your tip information from a mobile device or any other computer by going to www.P3tips.com.


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