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  • Good Morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Monday

    Good Morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Monday
    WEATHER Keep the old umbrella handy because showers are forecast for the late afternoon. Temperatures will hit a high of 39 under largely cloudy skies. Tonight, expect a low of 36 and a chance of freezing rain overnight. Winds will be 6 to 12 mph and...
  • University of Maryland drone test site open for business

    University of Maryland drone test site open for business
    The pickup truck speeds down the runway of the airfield here on the Eastern Shore, a small, unmanned aircraft in its payload. And then the aircraft takes flight, banking over the heads of the spectators. After years of planning, the University of...
  • Allstate flies idea of drones to speed claims

    Allstate flies idea of drones to speed claims
    Allstate Corp. has become the latest home and auto insurer expressing interest in using drones to assess damages after catastrophes. The Northbrook-based company said it will join a consortium led by EagleView Technology, whose services include aerial...
  • Eastern Shore wind project should be scrapped

    Eastern Shore wind project should be scrapped
    As a life-long resident of Somerset County, I felt compelled to respond to commentator Andy Bowman's recent op-ed ("Politics, not safety concerns, hamper Eastern Shore wind project," Dec. 1). After telling us for 30 years that industrial wind energy...
  • Two killed as helicopter crashes into unoccupied building in Utah

    Two killed as helicopter crashes into unoccupied building in Utah
    Two men died when their helicopter crashed through the roof of an unoccupied building north of Salt Lake City on Tuesday, a fire official said. The helicopter struck the two-story building of a company called Wimpole Street Creations in North Salt Lake...
  • Legality of real estate drone use still up in the air

    Legality of real estate drone use still up in the air
    Q: We have just started selling our house and our real estate agent wants to take aerial pictures using a drone. It sounds interesting but we don't want to get involved in anything that is not legal. Can you give us some guidance? A: For the time being,...
  • Probe blames Boeing and FAA for 787 Dreamliner battery fire

    Missteps by Boeing Co. and the Federal Aviation Administration led to a fire aboard a 787 Dreamliner nearly two years ago that was parked at a gate at Boston's Logan International Airport, national safety officials concluded in a report Monday. No...
  • Coconut Creek man pointed laser at Sheriff's Office chopper, say police

    Coconut Creek man pointed laser at Sheriff's Office chopper, say police
    Aiming a laser light pointer at anyone is a bad idea. Aiming one at a Broward Sheriff's Office helicopter pilot is even worse. Jonathan Leiva, 22, did just that, police said. The Coconut Creek man flashed a laser light device at the cockpit of an...
  • Plane Crash Lands On Busway In West Hartford; Pilot Not Injured

    Plane Crash Lands On Busway In West Hartford; Pilot Not Injured
    WEST HARTFORD — A single engine Cessna headed to Brainard Airport in Hartford lost power over West Hartford Saturday afternoon and crash landed on the CTfastrak busway just north of New Britain Avenue. The only person aboard the aircraft was its...
  • Vacancy opens on airport board

    Vacancy opens on airport board
    The city of Burbank is looking to fill a vacancy on the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority board after Susan Georgino tendered her resignation “effective immediately” on Wednesday. Georgino’s resignation comes as the city is...
  • Thanksgiving travel: 650 flights canceled so far on busiest day

    Thanksgiving travel: 650 flights canceled so far on busiest day
    If your Thanksgiving travels are taking you to the East Coast on Wednesday, be prepared for flight delays and cancellations as a powerful storm moves from North Carolina up to New England. A nor'easter dumping rain and snow in the Northeast is adding to...