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  • Drones present opportunity, challenge for community associations

    Drones present opportunity, challenge for community associations
    In the not-too-distant future, community associations could launch camera-equipped, unmanned aerial vehicles, also known as drones, for many routine tasks. They will be able to examine buildings for leaks and damage, check on the performances of...
  • Amazon says FAA drone approval already obsolete

    The approval federal aviation officials gave Amazon.com last week to test a specific drone design outdoors is already outdated, the company's top policy executive said Tuesday in written testimony to a Senate subcommittee. Paul Misener, Amazon's vice...
  • Police identify 3 dead in College Park helicopter crash

    Police identify 3 dead in College Park helicopter crash
    Bruce Teitelbaum and Marsha Khan loved flying helicopters. The couple regularly flew out of Orlando Executive Airport, where he earned his pilot's license last year from HQ Aviation. While he handled the controls of one of HQ's Robinson R44 four-...
  • Ted Cruz biography: the CQ profile

    WASHINGTON Ted Cruz has launched his presidential campaign after just 27 months in the Senate, though it has been a tenure marked by hard-line conservative policies, one of the longest speeches in Senate history and an effort to undermine President Barack...
  • Crew pulls plane from icy lake on Minnesota-Wisconsin border

    Authorities say a single-engine plane was pulled from North Lake after it went through the ice near Welch. The Goodhue County Sheriff's Office says the pilot was able to escape after the nose of the plane went underwater late Friday afternoon. The...
  • Federal agencies investigate after at least 1 killed in College Park area helicopter crash

    Federal agencies investigate after at least 1 killed in College Park area helicopter crash
    Just as Peter Ronca was walking into his home near his College Park neighborhood Sunday afternoon, he could hear the roar of a helicopter as it plunged closer to his neighbor's house. Ronca said he could hear as the helicopter plowed through trees...
  • Five things for Monday, March 23, 2015

    Five things for Monday, March 23, 2015
    Here are your stories for Monday in Central Florida: helicopter crash kills three; Senator from Texas declares run for presidency; coffee and shopping all-in-one; and Lake Eola as Orlando's center. 1. Police have confirmed that three people died when...
  • Officials: 3 died in weekend helicopter crash in Orlando

    Three people who died when a helicopter crashed into an unoccupied guest home near downtown Orlando have been identified as a central Florida businessman, his wife and their friend. Orlando police officials on Monday identified the deceased as pilot...
  • Fox Valley businesses putting drones to work

    Fox Valley businesses putting drones to work
    When Scott Gerami recently visited his daughter at her new house in Las Vegas, he took along his favorite toy. Gerami, a Naperville real estate broker, owns several drones – remote-controlled, unmanned aircraft – equipped with high...
  • FAA investigating after small plane skidded off runway

    Federal aviation officials are investigating after an incident involving a small plane at the Kennebec Airfield near Angier. WTVD of Durham reported Friday (http://abc11.tv/1FSVl8s) that a pilot in his early 20s was flying from Sanford to Kennebec around...
  • Mailbag: Polling place was lonely on low-turnout Tuesday

    I recently moved to Irvine from Los Angeles. In the previous election here, I had voted with my customary paper ballot. On the day of the special election, I arrived at the polling place and was greeted with a wave of enthusiasm. I signed in and got my...