Rebekah L. Sanders Arizona Republic Published 12:38 PM EDT Jun 8, 2019 Steve Klein tried to protect his 103-year-old father from exploitation as Fred Klein's memory began to decline. Steve took over his father's bank accounts, bills and power of attorney. He took him to visit high-quality assisted-living facilities. But Fred — a former World War II pilot who flew more than 60 bombing runs over the South Pacific and swam competitively until he was a centenarian — refused to move out of the Tucson retirement community where he lives alone, drives his own golf cart and dates a former beauty queen. So Steve — who lives in Scottsdale, Arizona — and a troop of Fred's friends try their best to keep an eye on him instead. Photos: Most memorable images from D-Day Things were going well until a few months ago, Steve said, when Fred decided to spruce up his … [Read more...] about Arizona company convinced WWII vet to pay $24K for AC, son says
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Michelle Maltais USA TODAY Published 4:36 PM EDT Apr 26, 2019 Sure, we know that Tesla brought sexy back – its lineup is literally S, 3, X, Y. What is actually "sexy" to me is this car being in reach for more than just the super wealthy with more tens of thousands to spare than I could dream of. I've been more the target for cars like the Honda CR-V and Toyota Corolla. Still, I've long admired Teslas' sleek look, innovation and the complete detachment from L.A.'s $4 gas. But that was definitely from a very disengaged distance, not really daring to aspire to drive let alone own one myself. That changed in December. At the end of 2018, my husband and I got our his-and-hers Model 3s for Christmas, fulfilling his dream to prove me wrong. (When he pitched the idea when the Model 3 was first announced, I told him he was kidding. It wasn't a question.) Initially an experience reserved for the luxury buyer, owning a Tesla is now comparable to a … [Read more...] about Tesla: Could family’s new Model 3s pay for themselves as robotaxis?