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  • 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...
  • County kick-starts tower construction process

    County kick-starts tower construction process
    Lake County Commissioners have declared a state-of-emergency concerning the E-911 consolidation in order to speed the construction process for the remaining communications towers. Commissioners unanimously authorized Brian Hitchcock, the county's 911...
  • United Airlines offers fixes to FAA concerns

    United Airlines offers fixes to FAA concerns
    Chicago-based United Airlines has outlined a plan for aviation regulators on how it will deal with concerns involving pilot training and scheduling, and is implementing those changes. The airline in a March 25 letter responded to Federal Aviation...
  • Clouds delaying some flights into Philadelphia over an hour

    Low clouds and foggy conditions are delaying some flights into Philadelphia International Airport by more than an hour. The Federal Aviation Administration says inbound flights that haven't taken off yet Friday are being held up by an average of 78...
  • Revel goes dark, power company pulls the plug

    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. Revel, a $2.4 billion former casino hotel sold this week for $82 million, went dark literally Thursday afternoon. Power was cut off around 2:20 p.m. after its supplier, ACR Energy, made good on multiple threats to new owner Glenn...
  • NTSB: Robinson helicopter crashes have killed 19, injured 41 in Florida since 2000

    NTSB: Robinson helicopter crashes have killed 19, injured 41 in Florida since 2000
    The cause behind Central Florida's deadliest helicopter crash two weeks ago likely awaits a yearlong investigation to figure out what went tragically wrong in the last minutes of the three victims' lives. Recreational pilot Bruce Teitelbaum became so...
  • Business Highlights

    ___ Stronger US economy and dollar tighten Latin American ties In Mexico City, an auto parts company expects to ride a resurgent U.S. auto industry to $1 billion in annual revenue by 2016. In Bogota, Colombia, a company that makes plastic water...
  • American Airlines and US Airways take big step in merger

    The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded a single operating certificate for American Airlines and US Airways, a key step in completing the airline merger to create the world's largest carrier. A year and a half after announcing the merger, the...
  • American Airlines, US Airways get FAA approval to fly as one carrier

    American Airlines, the world's largest airline and the second-largest carrier at O'Hare International Airport, received its single operating certificate Wednesday from the FAA, an important behind-the-scenes milestone in its integration with US Airways....
  • FAA approves step toward combining American, US Airways

    American Airlines is marking a merger milestone and US Airways is one step closer toward extinction. The Federal Aviation Administration on Wednesday granted the two airlines the authority to operate as a single carrier. The FAA decision means that...
  • Plane, train and term limit referendums all approved

    Plane, train and term limit referendums all approved
    Franklin Parkers who made it to the polls voted in favor of three referendums, according to unofficial results Tuesday night. An advisory referendum on whether the village should spend money to establish "quiet zones" at train crossings was narrowly...