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  • UPS has found ways to work in traffic

    Los Angeles has some of the most congested streets and highways in the nation, but Gil Cordova, a veteran driver for United Parcel Service, is rarely stuck in traffic. The country's largest delivery company plans it that way. The shortest, most...
  • Federal officials reject restrictions on night flights at Bob Hope Airport

     
    Federal officials today dealt a blow to a decades-long fight to restrict nighttime flights at Bob Hope Airport in Burbank. The Federal Aviation Administration rejected a request by the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority for a curfew. The FAA...
  • Tending the future in rain forests

     
    Deep in the Amazon, in a village accessible only by boat, river dwellers for generations have survived off fish, sparse crops and nuts from the forest.Now they have a new resource: debit cards. "If money increases, then life gets better," said Deodato...
  • A 'Brown Bailout' for UPS is more like a FedEx shackling

     
    What can brown do for you? Some think it should be: What can your government do for brown? Opposition to an otherwise innocuous reauthorization bill from the Federal Aviation Administration is showing up around the web. The United Parcel Service......
  • FAA Rejects Nighttime Flight Ban at Bob Hope Airport

    FAA Rejects Nighttime Flight Ban at Bob Hope Airport
    BURBANK -- A bid to impose a curfew on flights at Bob Hope Airport in Burbank just didn't fly with federal officials. The Federal Aviation Administration announced on Monday that it has rejected a request to ban nighttime flights at the airport. The...
  • Rush to mail holiday packages in full swing

    Rush to mail holiday packages in full swing
    The clock is ticking. There's just over a week left before Christmas, and even less time to get your packages in the mail if you want them to arrive in time on Dec. 25. The United States Postal Service expected 830 million cards, packages, and letters to...
  • UPS Driver Shot On South Side While Making Delivery

    UPS Driver Shot On South Side While Making Delivery
    (WGN-AM)- A United Parcel Service delivery driver was shot this morning during an apparent robbery involving two men in the West Englewood neighborhood on the South Side, officials said. The man initially was in critical condition at Advocate Christ...
  • Haiti school to re-open

    Salvation Army to Reopen School in Port-au-Prince Haiti Following Earthquake Children Aged Three to Six Years Old to Receive Security, Food, Water and Medical Assistance Monday, Jan. 24 at 8AM; Salvation Army Compound, Delmas 2 #18; St. Martin; Port au...
  • Boeing Completes 747-8 First Flight

    Boeing Completes 747-8 First Flight
    Boeing Co.'s giant 747-8 freighter - the biggest plane the company has ever built - successfully completed its first flight Monday, a year later than originally planned. The huge plane took off from Everett's Paine Field at 12:39 p.m. PST after a weather...
  • 1997 Citizen of the Year: Troy Collier

    Along with the rewards of being Daily Press Citizen of the Year in 1997, Troy Collier says, the recognition also carried a burden. "You feel an awesome responsibility to maybe not do more, but do better," he says. Collier has met that burden with many...
  • Companies fund projects to preserve Amazon rain forest

    Companies fund projects to preserve Amazon rain forest
    Deep in the Amazon, in a village accessible only by boat, river dwellers for generations have survived off fish, sparse crops and nuts from the forest. Now they have a new resource: debit cards. "If money increases, then life gets better," said...