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  1. Experts see gas shortages easing in next few days


    Tampa Bay drivers: gas pump normalcy is just a few days away.

  2. Delivery without drivers: Domino's, Ford team up for test


    ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Forget the delivery driver. Ford and Domino's Pizza are teaming up to see whether customers like having their pizzas delivered by driverless cars.

    This Friday, Aug. 24, photo, shows the specially designed delivery car that Ford Motor Co. and Domino???‚??„?s Pizza will use to test self-driving pizza deliveries, at Domino???‚??„?s headquarters in Ann Arbor, Mich. Ford and Domino???‚??„?s are teaming up to test how consumers react if a driverless car delivers their pizzas. The car, which can drive itself but will have a backup driver, lets customers tap in a code and retrieve their pizza from a warming space in the back seat. (AP Photo/Dee-Ann Durbin)
  3. Gas prices spike in Tampa Bay in Hurricane Harvey aftermath


    Gas prices surged in the wake of Hurricane Harvey Sunday night, with the price on NYMEX spiking 7 percent in overnight trading.

    The price of regular unleaded gasoline is likely to spike in Tampa Bay in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
 [SCOTT KEELER   |   Times]
  4. AAA: Hurricane Harvey could trigger higher Tampa Bay gas prices


    TAMPA — Tampa Bay is bracing for the first hurricane-affected gas pricing of the season. Hurricane Harvey, a Category 3 storm expected to hit Corpus Christi, Tex., will likely drive up gas prices locally, AAA, the Auto Club Group, warned Thursday.

    Chris Mathew fills his vehicle and five gas cans at a Costco in Pearland, Tex., in preparation for Hurricane Harvey's approach. A possible disruption to refineries could lead to gas prices rising 10 cents to 30 cents in the Tampa Bay area, AAA has warned.
[Steve Gonzales/Houston Chronicle via AP]
  5. Apple Scales Back Its Ambitions for a Self-Driving Car


    SAN FRANCISCO — As new employees were brought into Apple's secret effort to create a self-driving car a few years ago, managers told them that they were working on the company's next big thing: A product that would take on Detroit and disrupt the automobile industry.

     In this Monday, April 10, 2017 file photo, Luminar CEO Austin Russell monitors a 3D lidar map on a demonstration drive in San Francisco. Russell, now 22, was barely old enough to drive when he set out to create a safer navigation system for robot-controlled cars. His ambitions are about to be tested five years after he co-founded Luminar Technologies, a Silicon Valley startup trying to steer the rapidly expanding self-driving car industry in a new direction. Apple says it will scale back its amitions to build a self-driving car.  [AP Photo/Ben Margot]