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  • Relatives of Kentucky fatal plane crash family live in The Villages

    Relatives of Kentucky fatal plane crash family live in The Villages
    A relative in The Villages of the 7-year-old girl who walked nearly a mile to search for help after her family was killed in a plane crash in Kentucky said the feat was keeping with her fighting spirit and “dynamic” personality. Larry Haake,...
  • 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...
  • After Naperville drone video, police chief questions use of the aircraft

    After Naperville drone video, police chief questions use of the aircraft
    Local law enforcement authorities are asking questions after a video of an aerial tour of downtown Naperville holiday lights captured from a drone aircraft surfaced online. Naperville Police Chief Robert Marshall said he is consulting the city's legal...
  • Got a drone for Christmas – now what?

    Got a drone for Christmas – now what?
    As drones become more popular — they were big sellers for Christmas — the question is being raised: Do people know how to safely use them? Authorities have reported close calls and even injuries caused by drones in Central Florida recently,...
  • Jet fuel tax revenue in Illinois at risk, group says

     Jet fuel tax revenue in Illinois at risk, group says
    Illinois and the city of Chicago must make sure $21.5 million in jet-fuel sales tax revenue goes toward airports and aviation programs, according to a new study funded by a national labor union. Currently, such money in Illinois and other states...
  • Burbank Council Candidate: David Nos

    Burbank Council Candidate: David Nos
    At a Glance: Age: 63 Occupation: Self-employed -- CBFS (Printing and Email Management) Political affiliation: Republican Education:  Cal State University Northridge, Bachelor's degree in Music LA Valley College Notre Dame High School, St Finbar...
  • Norridge-Harwood Heights Year in Review

    Norridge-Harwood Heights Year in Review
    Chicago man charged in Harlem Irving Plaza shooting Norridge police in November charged a Chicago man in the shooting of a woman in the parking garage of the Harlem Irving Plaza mall. The incident leading to the shooting began in Chicago when the ex-...
  • Chicago mass transit projects stay on track in federal spending bill

     Chicago mass transit projects stay on track in federal spending bill
    A $1.1 trillion spending bill that Congress completed action on over the weekend will provide funding to keep Chicago-area mass transit and roadway projects moving forward, as well as expand pedestrian and bicycle safety programs, transportation officials...
  • United could be fined $300,000 for missing washer on 1 wheel

     United could be fined $300,000 for missing washer on 1 wheel
    Chicago-based United Airlines could face a fine of more than $300,000 for allegedly operating a jet without a washer on the axle of a landing gear wheel. Boeing, the maker of the aircraft in question, and United maintenance manuals warn that the wheel...
  • Whistle-blower sues H.B. airplane parts company over his firing

    A Huntington Beach aviation equipment manufacturer is being sued by a former employee who says he was illegally fired for whistle-blowing on the company. Hoang Nguyen, 46, of Huntington Beach alleges that Ameri-King Inc. has been selling rebranded or...
  • Letter: Giving thanks for O'Hare jet noise 2014

    Since Chicago O’Hare International Airport’s new runways opened, the Chicago Department of Aviation, in cahoots with the Federal Aviation Administration, has increased air traffic over the most densely populated areas in the region,...