More States Using Drones To Study RoadsThat buzzing sound overhead may soon signal the arrival of the 21st-century version of a guy in a hardhat and bucket truck.
4 Things To Know: Pope Addresses Zika, Stadium Series & MoreThese are the four stories you need to know about from Friday, Feb. 19. They include a new attitude toward birth control from the Pope, and a landmark day for local hockey enthusiasts.
Drones, Underwater Cameras Aid In Search For Missing Savage ManThe search continued Saturday for a Twin Cities man who went missing three months ago. Everything from underwater cameras, drones, and other technology have been used in the search.
4 Things To Know: Gov. Dayton Hospitalized, Cuba Goes Online & MoreFrom Gov. Mark Dayton fainting at a Woodbury event to Cuba going online, here are the four stories to know for Monday, Feb. 1, 2016.
Regulations Have Commercial Drone Operators Scratching Their HeadsThe fledgling drone business is awash with commercial operators who don't comply with federal regulations or interpret them the wrong way, according to the CEO of an unmanned aircraft-related company.
4 Things To Know: The Word Of 2015, GOP Debate & MoreThese are the top four stories you need to know about for Tuesday, Dec. 15. They include new regulations about drone ownership (or, as we like to call it, "drone-ership"), and what one major dictionary is calling "the word" of 2015.
Drones Expected To Fly Off The Shelves This Holiday SeasonA new, hot holiday gift is taking flight this year. With prices starting as low as $60, sales for drones are soaring. Thanks to evolving technology, anyone from kids to adults can pilot a drone.
Drone Standards Tough To Reach For Young PilotsMegan Halek could be the best unmanned aircraft pilot coming out of the University of North Dakota's highly regarded aviation program this year: She's aced a training program and has enough air experience to fly private jets worldwide.
MnDOT Uses Drone To Inspect Duluth's Blatnik BridgeThe Minnesota Department of Transportation's plan to use drones for bridge inspections took another step forward with the testing of the idea on the state's largest bridge in Duluth.
MnDOT Using Drones To Assist In Bridge InspectionsAs drones become more widely used in everyday life, one state agency is taking these unmanned aerial vehicles to new heights. The Minnesota Department of Transportation is studying how drones can make all of us safer by looking for defects in bridges.
U Of M Study States Black Bears Negatively Affected By Drones A new study from the University of Minnesota claims black bears are affected by drones. Researchers looked at data from collared black bears living in northwestern Minnesota.
Xcel Energy Has FAA Approval To Use DronesXcel Energy says it has approval from federal regulators to use drones to inspect more than 320,000 miles of electric and natural gas infrastructure.

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