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  • Council candidates offer views on airfield

    Council candidates offer views on airfield
    The seven candidates for Burbank City Council weighed in on the future of Bob Hope Airport saying they would work to ensure Burbank citizens have the protections they need going forward, including a proposed change to the governance agreement at the...
  • FAA says American 'may have' violated maintenance rules

    Federal officials say that American Airlines "may have" violated maintenance rules and they are continuing to investigate a union group's allegations that mechanics were pressured to clear planes for flying before it was safe. The Federal Aviation...
  • Subs, drones part of South Florida flood-control plans

    Subs, drones part of South Florida flood-control plans
    Jaws emerge through murky waters, clamping down on an underwater photographer sent into a South Florida canal's unseen dangers. Yet the alligator bite doesn't affect this remote controlled, mini submarine, deployed by the South Florida Water Management...
  • Baker names panel to recommend fixes for beleaguered MBTA

    The region's public transit system reported progress Friday in restoring service crippled by a string of severe snowstorms, while Gov. Charlie Baker assembled a panel of experts to delve into long-term solutions for the MBTA's financial and operational...
  • Famed UNLV coach gets tribute only Las Vegas could swing

    The Las Vegas Strip dimmed its lights late Wednesday night to honor legendary University of Nevada, Las Vegas men's basketball Coach Jerry Tarkanian who died Feb. 11 at the age of 84. The major Las Vegas Strip casino-hotels plus a few off-Strip...
  • Excerpts from recent Wisconsin editorials

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Feb. 17 Gov. Scott Walker made an easy call look hard Not that it's going to happen, but we'll say it anyway: Gov. Scott Walker should reverse his decision to say "no" to additional federal money to expand the state's...
  • America, sell drones at home

    America, sell drones at home
    I'm a bit annoyed with our government. Not because of the approaching tax season or my recent arrest for rolling an unlicensed "gluten cannon" into a Whole Foods. No, I'm miffed because America has become a world leader in the field of flying robots...
  • Airport neighbors give officials an earful over noise from planes using new runway

    Airport neighbors give officials an earful over noise from planes using new runway
    Hundreds of homeowners who never noticed airplane noise before are hearing the roar as planes fly over their homes for the first time. They piled into the Broward County Convention Center on Wednesday night to air their complaints and fears to Broward...
  • ND leaders say lease is key for drones, but more work needed

    North Dakota officials on Wednesday celebrated a lease agreement with the U.S. Air Force that paves the way for an unmanned aircraft business and technology park, but they said the project won't be complete until the federal government establishes rules...
  • Editorials from around Pennsylvania

    Editorials from around Pennsylvania: ___ GOV. WOLF HAD MANY GOOD REASONS TO SUSPEND EXECUTIONS IN PENNSYLVANIA Gov. Tom Wolf had at least five good reasons for his decision to impose a moratorium on carrying out death sentences. 1. The risk of...
  • Airborne commerce

    Airborne commerce
    The proposed regulations for commercial drones released by the Federal Aviation Administration this week didn't clip the wings of the nascent industry as much as some had feared. Operators won't have to obtain a pilot's certificate to fly the aircraft,...