Sunday Drive – Ask the Car Pro: What are the top-selling trucks?


From Jerry Reynolds, CarPro
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Yes, pickups are hot as evidenced by these numbers. Today I give you the top-selling trucks in America through the first nine months of 2017. So far for 2017, Americans have purchased or leased more than two million trucks, about 100,000 more than at the same time last year.

Ford F-Series – 658,636
Chevy Silverado – 418,590
Ram Trucks – 374,901

GMC Sierra – 154,476
Toyota Tacoma – 147,420
Toyota Tundra – 85,677

Chevy Colorado – 83,034
Nissan Frontier – 55,208
Nissan Titan – 35,549

Honda Ridgeline – 26,576
GMC Canyon – 23,269

The Car Pro has reviews on 2017 Ford Flex, 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport and 2018 Mercedes Benz S450.

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SPCA of Texas: How to keep your pet safe on #halloween

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With all the gremlins, goblins and ghosts out on the prowl, the SPCA of Texas reminds pet owners to keep your pet’s safety in mind this Halloween.

The SPCA of Texas offers these helpful tips to ensure the whole family has a spooktacular Halloween this year:

Don’t give any candy to your pets! Even a small amount of chocolate can be fatal. Make sure that all Halloween treats are in a high place where pets cannot reach them. If pets consume chocolate or candy, contact your vet immediately.

Keep pets away from live flame decorations like candles and jack-o-lanterns, and restrict your pet’s access to hanging decorations such as streamers. Pets are curious and can become tangled or even choke if they chew on the decorations.

Pets may be terrified by tiny gremlins carrying big, orange, pumpkins full of sugar… wouldn’t you? If you have a protective dog who might feel threatened by strangers, keep him or her away from the door when trick-or-treaters arrive. Keep pets in a familiar place with lots of toys and soothing music to distract them from the doorbell.

Don’t let the family dog accompany the kids on their trick-or-treat outing. Although bringing your pooch may seem like a fun family outing, your pet would likely feel much safer and more comfortable in his or her own home away from all the Halloween festivities.

If you do take your pet out, make sure they are wearing collars and identification tags so you can be contacted if he or she does slip away during all the Halloween commotion. In addition to identification tags, ensure your pet is microchipped, too.

And of course, if the thought of more homeless, unwanted dogs and cats scares you like it does the SPCA of Texas, you can help us spay and neuter more pets by donating today.

Adopt a Pet this week. Go to or call 214-742-SPCA (7722).




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Prestonwood Gift of Christmas ticket sale starts Oct. 30

2017 GOC Promo from Prestonwood Ministries on Vimeo.


December 9-10, 13-17 • Prestonwood Baptist Church – Plano Campus

The Gift of Christmas performance tickets go on sale Monday, Oct. 30.

Tickets may be purchased online. (For more information about online ordering, please see the FAQ page.) Also, please keep in mind:

  • All seating is reserved.
  • Doors open 30 minutes before each performance.
  • All sales are final.
  • Tickets are good only for the date and time stated on the ticket.
  • No refunds or exchanges will be given.
  • There will be a $1.50 processing fee for each ticket.
  • Every person (including children) in attendance must have a purchased ticket.
  • Childcare is available at no cost for infants through age 5, and reservation is required. Childcare is available for the performances only, opening 30 minutes before and closing 30 minutes after each performance.
  • December 9-10, 13-17 • Prestonwood Baptist Church – Plano Campus

    Limited Availability – $55
    Premium Reserved Seating
    Convenient Reserved Parking

    Regular Ticket Prices



    Buffet ticket price does not include performance ticket. Both tickets may be purchased online.

    Adult Buffet: $19.50
    Child Buffet (Ages 3-11): $9.50

For more information, e-mail or call 888-424-3977.

December 9-10, 13-17 • Prestonwood Baptist Church – Plano Campus





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