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  • Top stories of 2014 on the Middle Peninsula

    The Middle Peninsula was on the cutting edge of gender politics in 2014 and in the headlines several times over the course of the year. Here's a quick look back at some of the major stories. Transgender bathroom policy The Gloucester County School...
  • Metro-North Faces Another Rebuilding Year in 2015

    Metro-North Faces Another Rebuilding Year in 2015
    At the end of a year that started off as wall-to-wall crises, the country's busiest commuter railroad is in better shape — but still far from back to normal. New revelations emerged in 2014 about how dysfunctional Metro-North's corporate culture...
  • Pilots, passenger in Westminster plane crash identified

    Pilots, passenger in Westminster plane crash identified
    Maryland State Police on Sunday identified the pilots and passenger of two planes that crashed as they were landing at Carroll County Regional Airport in Westminster this weekend. No one was injured in the incident, just before 4 p.m. on Saturday,...
  • Inspectors find scores of defects on CSX rails across the state

    Inspectors find scores of defects on CSX rails across the state
    In the days after a train carrying highly flammable oil to Yorktown plunged off its tracks in downtown Lynchburg, dumping 15 cars into the James River and sparking a fire so intense that emergency crews had to simply let it burn itself out, federal...
  • NTSB finds sinking of Baltimore tugboat result of mate's misjudgment

    NTSB finds sinking of Baltimore tugboat result of mate's misjudgment
    The National Transportation Safety Board found that a tugboat sank, spilling diesel fuel off Locust Point last year, after a mate misjudged the location of a collapsed pier, according to a report released Tuesday. The mate operating the harbor assist...
  • Expert: Pilot in Palos plane crash may have been suffering 'spatial disorientation'

    Expert: Pilot in Palos plane crash may have been suffering 'spatial disorientation'
    The National Transportation Safety Board issued a preliminary report on the plane crash in Palos Hills that killed three Kansas doctors, but officials said it may take a year or more before air safety investigators determine the cause of the accident....
  • FAA should curb its regulatory authority over commercial drone use

    For more than half a century, the Federal Aviation Administration has piloted the development of sensible aviation regulation in the United States. Unfortunately, when Congress enacted legislation in 2012 directing the FAA to craft rules for small...
  • Couple in Midway crash thank firefighters for going 'above and beyond their job'

    Couple in Midway crash thank firefighters for going 'above and beyond their job'
    A wedding album. Cookbooks. A favorite baking pan. The elderly couple who survived a plane crashing into their home near Midway Airport say they are "forever grateful" to the firefighters who not only came to their aid this week but went out of their way...
  • Bus crashed twice in one day: Police ID passenger who died

    Bus crashed twice in one day: Police ID passenger who died
    A tour bus crashed twice on Sunday in Northern California -- the second time killing one man and injuring 30 other passengers -- and an investigation is underway. The CHP said Monday the fact that the bus crashed into a Denny's before the later deadly...
  • CHP looks at whether driver fatigue was a factor in fatal bus crash

    Authorities are looking into how many hours a tour bus driver had been behind the wheel Sunday when he crashed twice in Northern California, with the second accident killing one man and injuring 30 other passengers. The California Highway Patrol said...
  • The NTSB's call for safety

    The NTSB's call for safety
    It's a miracle that nobody was killed May 28 of last year when a Mack truck hauling debris to a local recycling center pulled into the path of a moving CSX train in Rosedale shortly before 2 p.m. The resulting collision caused 15 cars in the 45-car...