FAA: 'Too Many Close Calls' Between Drones, Commercial PlanesThe FAA says pilots are coming across dozens of drones each month, too many close calls, that are a disaster waiting to happen, as they continue to boom with popularity.
Drone Racing League Taking Flight in BaltimoreThe first drone racing league is taking flight in Baltimore, bringing technology and engineering lessons for kids to a whole new level.
Johns Hopkins Testing Drones To Assist With Providing Health CareResearchers at Johns Hopkins hospital think they've found a way to link drones with medical care. Alex Demetrick reports, it's cool in more ways than one.
FAA Gives Disney Permission To Fly Drones At Theme ParksGovernment aviation authorities have given Disney permission to fly drones at the company's theme parks in Florida and California.
UPS Testing Drones for Use In Its Package Delivery System One of the world's largest package delivery companies is stepping up efforts to integrate drones into its system.
New Drone Rules Expected to Generate Billions for U.S.The long-awaited new rules allowing commercial use of drones is now in effect and could generate billions for the U.S. economy.
Feds Turn to NASA for Help in Managing Small Drone TrafficAs the unmanned aircraft industry continues to evolve, the United States is depending on its space agency to help manage small drone traffic close to the Earth.
Drones Could Be Key Life-Saving Tool During Natural DisastersWhen disasters cut people off from help, it also leaves them vulnerable to disease.
Use Of Drones For Disaster Missions Put To The TestHow to distribute lifesaving supplies quickly and safely after a natural disaster has long been a puzzle for responders.
FAA Unveils New Drone Rules To Make Flying EasierThe FAA unveils new landmark rules that make it easier to pilot an unmanned aircraft. George Solis reports.
See Drone Footage Of Nyquist's Morning WorkoutKentucky Derby winner Nyquist is in Baltimore and getting a few practices in before the Preakness races at Pimlico Race Course next weekend on May 21.
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.