Study: More People Could Survive A Tsunami If They Walk FasterAbout 5,500 more people could survive a major tsunami hitting the U.S. if they just walk a little faster to higher ground after roads are knocked out, a new study shows.
Large Earthquake In Indonesia Prompts Tsunami WarningA 8.6 magnitude earthquake in the waters off the Indonesian island of Sumatra has sent panicked coastal residents across the region fleeing to higher ground.
One Year Anniversary Of Earthquake And Tsunami In JapanIt was one year ago today that an earthquake and tsunami hit the northern coast of Japan......killing nearly 20-thousand people.
Honda To Cut US, Canada Production By HalfParts shortages from three months of catastrophic flooding in Thailand have forced Honda to cut U.S. and Canadian factory production by 50 percent for the second time this year, the automaker said Monday.
Summer Shutdown Schedule Changing At 3 Chrysler FactoriesChrysler is moving up its normal summer shutdowns at three factories from the usual July closings because of parts shortages from Japan.
Routine Care Biggest Hurdle After TsunamiProviding routine care for people with a host of issues from chronic diabetes to imminent childbirth proved more challenging after the disaster in Japan.
Ford's Asia-Pacific Operation Affected Due To Parts ShortagesFord expects its operations will be affected beginning the last week of April and into May.
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GM Production To Resume In LouisianaGeneral Motors will resume regular production at its pickup plant in Shreveport, Louisiana, on Monday.
Nissan May Move Engine Production To U.S. Short Term Nissan Motor Co. said Thursday it is considering moving some engine production from Japan to the U.S. because of earthquake damage to a Japanese plant.
Local Red Cross Aiding Japanese Relief EffortsSoutheast Michigan Disaster Relief Spokeswoman Allison Koenigbauer says their focus right now is on helping the elderly and getting fuel supplies to people in need.
School Collects Donations For Earthquake VictimsA local Japanese school is asking Metro Detroiters to help the victims of the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan.