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Hurricane Ian, one of the most powerful storms ever recorded in the U.S., swamped southwest Florida, flooding streets and buildings, knocking out power to 1.8 million people and threatening catastrophic damage further inland. A coastal sheriff’s office reported that it was already getting a significant number of calls from people trapped in flooded homes. Some video showed debris-covered water sloshing toward the eaves of homes. The hurricane made landfall Wednesday afernoon near Cayo Costa, a protected barrier island just west of heavily populated Fort Myers. Though expected to weaken to a tropical storm as it marches inland, Ian’s hurricane force winds are likely to be felt well into central Florida.

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This week we get two luxury SUVs, starting with the Cadillac XT5. This is a 2023 model, base price at $45K, but ours was loaded up with goodies, so it hit $68K. The base engine is a small 2.0-liter turbo putting out 235 horsepower and economy of 22/29 mpg. We had the larger 3.6-liter V6 cran…

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PHOENIX — Buyers of new homes are entitled to sue builders for hidden defects for up to eight years — even if they have signed contracts waiving that right, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Wednesday.

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PORTLAND, Ore. — A renewable energy plant being commissioned in Oregon on Wednesday that combines solar power, wind power and massive batteries to store the energy generated there is the first utility-scale plant of its kind in North America.