Trials Set For 3 Accused In Prison Drone Smuggling CaseTrial dates have been set for three men accused of trying to use a small, remote-controlled aircraft to smuggle drugs, tobacco and pornography into a maximum-security state prison in western Maryland.
FAA Tackles Growing Drone Problem With New AppThe number of drone sightings reported by pilots continues to sky rocket and now the FAA is hoping a new smart phone app will help tackle the growing problem.
Growing Alarm About Drone InterferenceThere's growing alarm about drones interfering with planes, fire and police operations. Some lawmakers want it to stop before it's too late.
Lawmakers Call For Stricter Drone LawsControlled from the ground but too close for comfort up in the air. Since last Friday, there have been three incidents of drones and airplanes crossing airspace.
Drones Being Tested To Carry Blood To EmergenciesThey’ve been surrounded by controversy, but drones could soon save lives, thanks to a new study by a Johns Hopkins doctor. The impact could be worldwide.
Farmers Eager For Drones, But Most Can't Legally Fly ThemMike Geske wants a drone.
Amazon One Step Closer To Launching Drone Delivery ServiceAmazon is one step closer to launching its drone delivery service. The Federal Aviation Administration recently approved the retail company to fly its unmanned aircraft on a trial basis.
Close Calls Between Drones And Planes Have FAA ConcernedDangerously close. Days after new rules are proposed for drones to fly in the U.S., pilots are scared it's a collision waiting to happen. The FAA is reporting more and more near-misses in the skies.
FAA Could Allow Commercial Drone Use In USNew technology may soon be taking to the skies. The FAA has released proposed requirements that could allow commercial drone use in the US.
Many Consider Police Drone Use An Invasion Of PrivacyPolice are increasingly using drones in high risk situations but some fear a loss of privacy and say law enforcement is going too far.
Smithsonian To Fly Drones For 'Future' FestivalAmazon.com founder Jeff Bezos is getting some competition from the Smithsonian Institution in testing personal delivery drones for the future.
Nationals In Hot Water Over Drones At Spring TrainingA small, four-rotor drone hovered over Washington Nationals players for a few days during spring training in Florida last month, taking publicity photos impossible for a human photographer to capture. But no one got the Federal Aviation Administration's permission first.