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  • Asiana pilots' lack of communication puzzles crash investigators

    SAN FRANCISCO -- It was pilot Lee Hang-kook’s first time landing a Boeing 777 San Francisco International Airport. A key part of the airport’s automated landing system was not working, so he was forced to visually guide the massive jetliner...
  • Asiana crash: Aviation experts question decision-making in cockpit

    The crash of an Asiana Airlines jetliner at San Francisco International Airport appears to be "an unfortunate textbook example" of questionable cockpit decision-making during what pilots call "short final" approach, one expert said. "Because of the high...
  • A Memorial Day war story with a happy ending

    On Memorial Day 1967, Tom MacDougall was an Air Force fighter pilot who got shot down on his 300th mission in Vietnam. Robert Green was an orthopedic surgeon at an Ohio Air Force base, uprooted from his comfortable West Palm Beach practice when he got...
  • Freebie Friday: Free stuff to do around Orlando

    If you're looking for something to do this weekend that won't cost you anything, check out our list of absolutely free events. Here's our list:   EVENTS CENTRAL FLORIDA LANDSCAPE AND GARDEN FAIR: Saturday-Sunday; Discovery Gardens,1951 Woodlea Road,...
  • Suresh Krause, chief warrant officer, dies in helicopter crash

    Suresh Krause, chief warrant officer, dies in helicopter crash
    Suresh Krause laid out his career path for his uncle on Christmas day last year: He planned to spend about 20 years in the U.S. Army, eventually moving up in rank and becoming a flight instructor. Then he'd change careers, but with the same purpose in...
  • New boys hoops coach are Mike Botkin at Life, Kyle Lefebvre at Atlantic

     
    Mike Botkin is new boys basketball coach for Life Christian of Kissimmee. He was an assistant for Poinciana last season. Former Life Christian coach Kevin Horsford, still the school’s athletic director, reduced his workload as he pursues a master&#...
  • WKMG hires son of WFTV anchor Greg Warmoth

     
    When WKMG-Channel 6 says journalism runs in the genes of its latest hire, the station is not exaggerating. Justin Warmoth is the son of WFTV-Channel 9 anchor Greg Warmoth. Starting Monday, Justin will be the newest reporter/mobile journalist at WKMG. &#...
  • Family, friends of pilot found on Burbank off-ramp stunned by death

    The family and friends of the Washington state man found dead on a Burbank off-ramp this week remembered him as a fun-loving sports fanatic.  The man, Lee Clifford Morris of Richland, Wash., was a 26-year veteran pilot for the airline. His body was...
  • No. 2 Seton Keough takes IAAM A Conference softball title from No. 10 Spalding

    No. 2 Seton Keough takes IAAM A Conference softball title from No. 10 Spalding
    Seton Keough escaped potential danger in the first inning and then used dominant pitching and clutch hitting on its way to a 10-1 win over Archbishop Spalding in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference championship game...
  • Living Here: Colleges and universities

    No matter what type of education you're looking for, it's available here in Hampton Roads. Bryant & Stratton College. Hampton. The facility at Peninsula Town Center opened in 2010 with 80 students, with plans to expand as laboratories are opened and a...
  • Florida air shows abound this fall

    Florida air shows abound this fall
    One of my most treasured memories from many years of reporting was the chance to ride with the Blue Angels in the early 1990s. An excursion in a fighter jet — even my truncated media flight — trumps any roller coaster ride on the planet. I'...