A CAMPAIGN has been launched to tackle the growing problem of lasers being maliciously directed at planes and helicopters.Laser louts to be targeted in new campaign

Anoka County prosecutors filed an arson charge against a Forest Lake volunteer firefighter accused of intentionally setting a grassfire.Forest Lake firefighter charged, under scrutiny from start

Sindh High Court has asked the petitioner to submit rejoinder within fifteen days after having information through Foreign Ministry on Wednesday that the family of Pakistani citizen Saifullah Paracha has telephonic contact with Paracha, a detainee in Guantanamo Bay.Petitioner asked to submit rejoinder

The investigation into a grassfire that forced dozens to evacuate in the north Metro has led to the arrest of an unusual suspect.Firefighter convicted for airport bomb threat

Anoka County prosecutors filed an arson charge against a Forest Lake firefighter accused of intentionally setting a grassfire.Firefighter charged with arson in Anoka Co. grassfire

Technology replaces radar with G-P-S. Tuesday, April 7, 2009 A new Air Traffic Control system lands at Miami International.New Air Traffic Control System Flys At Miami International Airport.

For the first time in a long time, things are looking up for air-travelers. The annual Airline Quality Survey says airlines are losing fewer bags, are on-time more often, and customers are complaining less.WSU Prof: It’s time to fix Air Traffic Control

Construction of a new terminal at Christchurch Airport is to start in May, with most of the project to be finished in time for the Rugby World Cup in 2011.Construction of Christchurch Airport terminal to start in May

Tuesday, 7 April 2009, 10:58 am Press Release: Christchurch International Airport Christchurch Airport’s new terminal development will commence in May, and will be largely complete before the 2011 Rugby World Cup, setting new standards for quality and efficiency, Christchurch International Airport Ltd said.New Terminal Development To Commence In May

Every morning, beginning around 6:30 a.m., helicopters lift off from Morgan City, Houma, Galveston and other points all along the Gulf Coast to ferry oil and gas workers to more than 5,000 offshore oil and gas platforms in the Gulf of Mexico.Transforming Offshore Travel in the Gulf of Mexico

ATCA believes that the confirmation of an Administrator is vital to moving forward the much needed modernization of Air Traffic Control and to boost the ongoing efforts to implement NextGen programs.Statement by the Air Traffic Control Association on the Nomination of …