White has replaced silver as the world's favorite car color, according to a new survey by automotive paint supplier PPG Industries. Data released by Ford shows preferences for car colors also vary by region in the United States. Here's a list of the nation's favorite car colors by city:
Which cities favor black cars, according to Ford?
Boston (pictured), Detroit, New York, Miami and Chicago.
Which cities are feeling blue?
Washington (pictured), Pittsburgh, Seattle, Chicago and Detroit.
Which cities put a premium on gold cars?
Miami (pictured), Memphis, Orlando, Phoenix and Houston.
Some cities prefer stately gray cars. They are ...
Los Angeles (pictured), San Francisco, New York, Seattle and Philadelphia.
Which cities prefer their cars green?
Boston (pictured), Philadelphia, Washington, Pittsburgh and New York.
Some cities even like orange cars. They are ...
Phoenix (pictured), Los Angeles, Miami, Denver and Seattle.
Which cities like their cars red?
Cincinnati (pictured), Kansas City, Minneapolis, Chicago and Pittsburgh.
Some cities like their cars to be silver. They are ...
Los Angeles (pictured), Phoenix, San Francisco, Orlando and Boston.
Which cities, according to Ford, prefer their cars to be snow white?
San Francisco (pictured), Memphis, Los Angeles, Phoenix and Dallas.
A verdict has been reached in the retrial of a Lompoc street gang leader Raymond Macias, accused in a high-profile kidnapping and torture case. This comes after a mistrial was declared back in June in the kidnapping charges against Macias.
This retrial was over one of the charges he was facing, which was kidnapping for extortion purposes. Today, the jury returned a verdict of guilty as to that count.
In the fall of 2011, Jen Corn was the heaviest she had ever been. At 5 feet 6 inches, Corn weighed more than 300 pounds. Now, almost three years after the start of her weight-loss journey, Corn weighs 161 pounds.