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(RNN/KENS/CNN) - At least one person in San Antonio has died Saturday during heavy flooding caused by rain that dumped more than a foot of water on some parts of the area. Police confirmed a woman's bodyMore >>
Another 60 people were rescued in two different neighborhoods in Bexar County, according to county spokeswoman Laura Jesse. Three people were rescued from the top of roofs.More >>
Rosy Spraker was only a half-mile from the finish line of her seventh Boston Marathon when the bombs went off. She received her medal later in the mail at her Lorton, Va., home. But she couldn't bring herself to...More >>
Rosy Spraker was only a half-mile from the finish line of her seventh Boston Marathon when the bombs went off. She received her medal later in the mail at her Lorton, Va., home. But she couldn't bring herself to wear it...More >>
Police in the southern Russian region of Dagestan say a female suicide bomber has injured at least 11 police officers and civilians.More >>
A female suicide bomber blew herself up in the southern Russian region of Dagestan on Saturday, injuring at least 18, including two children and five police officers, authorities said. The attacker was later identified as a...More >>
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Kia is recalling certain model year 2006-2008 Rio cars. These vehicles were manufactured between February 20, 2005 and December 9, 2007.
A sensor mat in the front passenger seat can crack, which could cause the Occupant Classification System (OCS) to quit functioning. If the OCS fails to work, the system wouldn't be able to detect whether a child passenger is in the seat and could cause the airbag to deploy in the event of a crash, increasing the risk of injury to the child.
The recall will begin in July, when Kia will notify customers and dealerships will begin replacing the seat sensor mats, free of charge. Owners can call Kia customer assistance center at 1-800-333-4542.
For further information, consumers can call the NHTSA's vehicle safety hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY: 1-800-424-9153) or visit www.safercar.gov.