IRVINE, California (NBC/NTV) - Nissan announced it will have self-driving cars ready for sale to the public by 2020.
Nissan said it's working with universities including MIT, Oxford and the University of Tokyo to make that promise a reality.
The company unveiled a specially equipped Nissan Leaf that can drive itself in Irvine, Calif., on Tuesday.
The car is equipped with video monitors, laser scanners and artificial intelligence to allow it to drive itself.
Google and Toyota are also working on self-drive technology, so competition in the field is heating up.
An Amtrak train carrying more than 40 passengers was involved in an accident with a car Thursday morning in Waverly.
A boil water advisory has been issued in Corolla after a water line break.
Young patients at Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters received some early, high-tech Christmas presents Wednesday.