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  • No distress calls before Maryland airplane-helicopter collision

    No distress calls before Maryland airplane-helicopter collision
    A small airplane and helicopter made no distress calls before they collided near a Maryland airport killing all three aboard the helicopter and injuring the two men on the plane, federal investigators said on Friday.
  • Drones used to capture high school football action

    Drones used to capture high school football action
    The future of sports looks like a UFO, sounds like a weed trimmer and has spent this fall floating 30 feet above the grass of South Elgin High School's football field. The school is one of the first in the area to use a camera-equipped drone to record...

    3 dead, 2 injured in helicopter-plane crash in Frederick

    3 dead, 2 injured in helicopter-plane crash in Frederick
    Three people were killed and two others were injured in a crash between a plane and a helicopter at Frederick Municipal Airport Thursday, State Police said. State Police identified the three who died as Christopher D. Parsons, 29, of Westminster;...

    'Flying car' crash in Marion County injures two

    'Flying car' crash in Marion County injures two
    Two men suffered injuries Tuesday after a "flying car" they were in crashed and caught fire in Marion County after a brief flight. The 49-year-old pilot and the passenger, in his twenties, were both taken to Ocala Regional Medical Center, according to...

    Smoother O'Hare landings face technical headwind

    Smoother O'Hare landings face technical headwind
    Landings on the most heavily used arrival runway at O'Hare International Airport will soon be safer and more accurate while also saving fuel and perhaps reducing jet noise over Chicago neighborhoods. But implementing the technology to make it happen is a...