Ann Arbor-based NSF International, an independent global public health and safety organization which develops standards, and tests and certifies products for the food, water and health sciences industries, has acquired the INASSA Group of Lima, Peru.
Some surprising results in a new round of crash tests: Mass market mid-size cars outperformed luxury vehicles.
Officials say motorists traveling from Michigan to Canada Wednesday should prepare for long delays at the border because of disorder over name tags.
More seats get top rating from Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
The excitement surrounding the Tigers clinching a spot in the World Series has one Detroit resident working to give the city’s image a boost.
Events are being held throughout Metro Detroit today to try to help teenagers learn safe driving practices.
There’s a new tool to help people find out about inspection results from more than 19,000 retail food establishments in Michigan.
New technology being tested in Ann Arbor.
Test involves a certain type of frontal crashes.
A top Japanese auto executive says good preparation and a fast response helped his company rebound faster than expected from last year’s earthquake and tsunami