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  • One dead in New Smyrna plane crash, U.S. Coast Guard says

    One dead in New Smyrna plane crash, U.S. Coast Guard says
    A woman died Tuesday night in a plane crash in New Smyrna Beach, according to the Volusia County Sheriff's Office. The Cessna 152 crashed into the ocean surf about 9 p.m., said Gary Davidson, public information officer. The wreckage was located about...
  • East Hampton Residents Remember Don Juan Martin

    EAST HAMPTON – The town is mourning the loss of Don Juan Martin, a Navy veteran and former Chairman of the Republican town committee who was killed in a car crash along Route 66 in Portland early Saturday. He was 73. "It's very tragic," said Ted...
  • Trump sues for $100M over flights above Florida club

    Trump sues for $100M over flights above Florida club
    WEST PALM BEACH — Donald Trump, no stranger to noisy publicity, is complaining again about the roar of jets in a $100 million lawsuit over air traffic that he says is purposely being directed to fly over his ritzy Palm Beach club. Trump filed...
  • Delta Flight 2116 makes emergency landing at LAX

    Delta Flight 2116 makes emergency landing at LAX
    A Delta Air Lines jet has landed safely after a midair scare forced an emergency return to Los Angeles International Airport. Carrying 152 people, Delta Flight 2116 landed at LAX just after 9:30 a.m. after circling above Southern California to burn fuel...
  • Trump sues for $100M over flights above ritzy Florida club

    Trump sues for $100M over flights above ritzy Florida club
    Donald Trump, no stranger to noisy publicity, is complaining again about the roar of jets in a $100 million lawsuit over air traffic he says is purposely being directed to fly over his ritzy Palm Beach club. Trump filed the suit against Palm Beach County...
  • 1 killed as small plane crashes on street in Los Angeles shortly after takeoff from airport

    A small plane crashed Friday in a Los Angeles intersection just south of Van Nuys Airport, killing the one person aboard, authorities said. The aircraft did not hit any vehicles or structures and there was no fire, Fire Department spokesman Erik Scott...
  • Union calls for reinstatement of fired United flight attendants

    Union calls for reinstatement of fired United flight attendants
    The Association of Flight Attendants on Friday demanded reinstatement of 13 United Airlines flights attendants who were fired after refusing to fly on a plane that had "menacing" graffiti written in oil residue on the aircraft's tail. The union said the...
  • Mystery ice chunks crash through apartment ceiling

     Mystery ice chunks crash through apartment ceiling
    When John Connors returned home to his Ravenswood Manor apartment Tuesday evening, his frightened cat, Oscar, darted out of the house as soon as he opened the door. Inside, he understood why. At first he thought the building's roof had collapsed...
  • Ex-Arlington Heights mayor leaving as chair of O'Hare noise panel

    Ex-Arlington Heights mayor leaving as chair of O'Hare noise panel
    Former Arlington Heights Mayor Arlene Mulder announced Friday that she will not seek re-election in March as chairman of the O'Hare Noise Compatibility Commission. Mulder has chaired the city-suburban commission since it was formed by the city of...
  • Students take photos 90,000 feet up in the air

    Students take photos 90,000 feet up in the air
    Fort Lauderdale students Sean Herbert and Will Hinson still can't believe they pulled it off. But the proof is in the pictures. From the middle of the stratosphere, 90,000 feet up the air, scenes captured by the duo show the edge of the Earth...
  • It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a drone! Looking for gadgets at CES? Don't forget to look up

    When you're searching for the hottest gadgets on the floor of this year's consumer electronics show, be sure to look up. For the first time ever, there's an International CES section dedicated to drones. More than 20 companies are showing off dozens of...