Chris Woodyard, WGRZ

Chris Woodyard


Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Chris:

Pop-Tarts made into pizza, tacos, and even 'fries'

NEW YORK -- Even if you love Pop-Tarts, the notion of making them into faux versions of pizza, tacos, burritos and chili-topped french fries might not exactly have your taste buds dancing with anticipation. But even if the concoctions sound disgusting, take heart. They'll only be around for a week. Kellogg's, which opened a breakfast cereal bar in New York last July, is going to convert it into… → Read More

Many rich folks opt for plain ol' pickups, economy cars

The most popular cars for high-income Americans are pretty much what everyone else drives. → Read More

Kraft Heinz calls off $143B mega-deal to buy Unilever

Only two days after proposing one of history's biggest corporate mergers ever, consumer giant Kraft Heinz on Sunday abruptly called off its pursuit of Unilever. → Read More

Strongest storm in years lashing California

Strong rain and powerful winds in southern and central California triggered mudslides, sinkholes and flooded freeways. → Read More

Review: Aston Martin DB11 is worthy of James Bond

Certain cars make you feel like you belong to a secret society, like Aston Martin's DB11. → Read More

Ivanka Trump products are still sold at these stores

While a boycott of retailers who sell the Ivanka Trump brand continues, there are still plenty of places where consumers can shop for the First Daughter’s apparel and accessories. → Read More

Mercedes to stop selling gas-powered Smart car in U.S.

The gas-powered version of the nation's smallest car is about to start disappearing → Read More

Dodge creates special limited Mopar Challenger in 'Contusion Blue'

To people serious about vintage performance cars, the name Mopar has a hallowed ring to it → Read More

Mexican tariff could hit lower-income car buyers

Study: Trump's proposed 20% tariff could hit hardest against lower-income car buyers → Read More

Lincoln creates custom amp for TV commerclal

Anyone watching the TV commercial that Lincoln plans to air during the Grammys may wonder about the amplifier → Read More

Trump blasts Nordstrom after it dumps Ivanka's fashion line

President Trump took to Twitter to complain that his daughter has been "treated so unfairly." → Read More

Trump blasts Nordstrom after it dumps Ivanka's fashion line

President Trump took to Twitter to complain that his daughter has been → Read More

Jeep toughens up Wrangler with Rubicon Recon

Wrangler Rubicon Recon Edition gets beefy components → Read More

Google's Home TV ad makes Google Home systems go crazy

The Super Bowl ads weren't too kind to those who already have the system → Read More

Just Cool Cars: This '75 AMC Pacer outpaces them all

The Pacer gets no respect -- but maybe one with a Corvette engine will → Read More

Ford starts exporting F-150 Raptor pickups to China

Here's some news that might delight President Trump: Ford isn't just making fancy pickups in the U.S., but is now exporting them to China. → Read More

No comeback yet: Chipotle profit tumbled 95% in 2016

The high flier turned soggy burrito shows again how far it needs to go to recover → Read More

Uber, Mercedes-Benz parent partner on self-driving cars

Ride-hailing service Uber and Daimler, the parent company of Mercedes-Benz, announced a partnership Thursday to work together on future self-driving cars. → Read More

Restaurant chain CEO tattooed to hold up her end of bet

Red Robin's CEO goes under the needle to indelibly mark quality improvements → Read More

Tesla's electric car falls short in new IIHS crash tests

Luxury electric sedan falls short of receiving the highest crash-protection ratings. → Read More