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  • Pilot saves own bacon, glides pig-shaped balloon after crash

    The pig couldn't fly, the cowboy got away, and the pilot's OK.
  • Commercial drones buzz the skies from Lake Zurich

    Commercial drones buzz the skies from Lake Zurich
    The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration will allow a Lake Zurich marketing company to operate pilotless, aerial drones to produce promotional videos for clients. Dave Voitik, the owner of Legend Creative Group/Chicagoland Aerial, said he received an...

    Live from Pompano Beach: Drones tested to prevent ocean drownings

    Drone or drown? Seems like an obvious choice and Pompano Beach Fire Rescue has been conducting a feasibility study to see if these daring young flying machines can shave precious seconds off rescue response times. "We're not looking to replace...

    Sheriff: 2 dead in helicopter crash in northwest Oregon

    Authorities say two people aboard a helicopter are dead following a crash in northwest Oregon. The Yamhill County Sheriff's office says deputies responded to the crash shortly after 10 p.m. PDT Wednesday. Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Ian...

    Skyscraper roller-coaster plan clears FAA

    The Federal Aviation Authority determined the proposed 700-foot Skyscraper roller-coaster structure, which includes a restaurant and observation deck, poses no hazard to air traffic. The decision will become final Monday because no one filed a petition...