- FAA: NY governor's plane had landing gear mishap Updated: Dec-18-13 6:26 pm
- 4 states to test tech that targets slick roads Updated: Dec-17-13 4:07 pm
- US pushes states on disabling drunk drivers' cars Updated: Dec-17-13 3:30 pm
- Correction: Drones in Agriculture story Updated: Dec-16-13 4:01 pm
- Cumberland, Md., airport bans car races on tarmac Updated: Dec-16-13 11:00 am
- Feds to examine NY commuter rail line for 2 months Updated: Dec-12-13 9:44 pm
- St. Charles nixes voluntary traffic checkpoints Updated: Dec-12-13 4:32 pm
- 3 Colo. towns try to change US train-noise rules Updated: Dec-11-13 12:55 pm
- Audit targets safety on NY state railroad bridges Updated: Dec-10-13 12:41 am
- Senators: Put cameras on train tracks, engineers Updated: Dec-08-13 11:16 pm
- Environmentalists, unions seek to fix gas leaks Updated: Dec-08-13 11:44 am
- Govt plan aims to keep older drivers safe on road Updated: Dec-05-13 5:45 pm
- Brother: Co-pilot worried before Puerto Rico crash Updated: Dec-05-13 4:09 pm
- FAA seeks $304,000 fine against Great Lakes Updated: Dec-04-13 11:48 am
- Amazon's delivery drones: An idea that may not fly Updated: Dec-03-13 12:09 am
- Feds investigate deadly NM train derailment Updated: Dec-02-13 5:24 pm
- Pilot use of automation eyed in air crashes Updated: Dec-02-13 3:34 pm
- Louisiana Tech aviation program gets FAA OK Updated: Dec-02-13 4:05 am
- FAA: Plane crashes at Neb. airport; no injuries Updated: Nov-27-13 5:43 pm
- FAA wants man's tower operator papers Updated: Nov-27-13 4:04 pm
- US 321 in Blowing Rock reopens after rock slide Updated: Nov-27-13 11:58 am
- FAA rule requires airlines to avoid certain storms Updated: Nov-26-13 2:20 pm
- North Carolina editorial roundup Updated: Nov-26-13 1:37 pm
- UAV industry takes off in Alaska Updated: Nov-23-13 6:26 am
- Tesla CEO expects feds to clear Model S in fires Updated: Nov-22-13 7:29 pm
ALBANY, New York - The Federal Aviation Administration says that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's plane had to be redirected last week because the landing gear failed to deploy.
DETROIT - Four states will be using new technology this winter that federal officials say they hope will reduce traffic crashes and save on road maintenance costs.
WASHINGTON - U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx wants states to require first-time drunken drivers to use alcohol breath monitors before they get behind the wheel.
PORTLAND, Oregon - In a story Dec. 14 about a growing interest in the use of drones for agriculture, The Associated Press reported erroneously which school's researchers flew drones this summer over potato fields to monitor for disease. The drones were flown by Oregon State University researchers, not the University of Oregon.
CUMBERLAND, Maryland - Managers of the Greater Cumberland Airport say they'll no longer allow car races on the tarmac.
NEW YORK - Federal experts will spend the next two months examining safety compliance and safety culture at a commuter railroad that operated a train that derailed and killed four people this month.
ST. CHARLES, Missouri - St. Charles County drivers pulled over at several recent weekend safety checkpoints received something other than the usual verbal warnings, traffic citations or even tickets for drunken driving.
FORT COLLINS, Colorado - Three northern Colorado towns tired of freight train horns blaring day and night are on a mission to change federal train safety policy so they can muffle warning blasts.
ALBANY, New York - The state's Department of Transportation lacked records to show adequate and updated safety plans and inspections for many railroad bridges statewide, according to an audit due for release Tuesday by the comptroller's office.
NEW YORK - A week after four people died in a New York commuter train derailment, two federal lawmakers proposed Sunday that trains nationwide be outfitted with cameras pointed at engineers and at the tracks.
PITTSBURGH - Unions and environmentalists have found one point of agreement in the bitter debate over the natural gas drilling boom: fixing leaky old pipelines that threaten public health and the environment. It's a huge national effort that could cost $82 billion.
WASHINGTON - Silver could take on a whole new meaning when it comes to car shopping. With more older drivers on the road, the federal government is contemplating a "silver car" rating system that will help identify which cars better protect elderly drivers and passengers in a crash.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - A U.S. co-pilot who died this week in a small plane crash near Puerto Rico's north coast had previously expressed concerns about maintenance and other safety issues, his brother said Thursday.
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - The Federal Aviation Administration is seeking a $304,000 fine against Great Lakes Airlines for alleged improper use of de-icing fluid.
NEW YORK - Jeff Bezos' idea to let self-guided drones deliver packages may be too futuristic for Washington to handle.
LAS CRUCES, New Mexico - Federal and state authorities are investigating the cause of a deadly freight train derailment in southwestern New Mexico.
WASHINGTON - Pilots are becoming so reliant on computer systems that do most of the flying in today's airliners that on the rare occasions when something goes wrong, they're sometimes unprepared to take control, according to aviation safety experts and government and industry studies.
RUSTON, Louisiana - Louisiana Tech says the Federal Aviation Administration has given its aviation department authority to certify professional aviation graduates as airline transport pilots with as little as 1,000 flight hours, compared to 1,500 needed for the general public.
OMAHA, Nebraska - Authorities say a small plane has crashed while landing at an airport in Omaha, but there are no injuries.
ABERDEEN, Mississippi - The Federal Aviation Administration has asked a federal judge to force a Tupelo man to surrender his control tower operator's certificate after he allegedly tested positive for marijuana.
BLOWING ROCK, North Carolina - One of the main roads into the town of Blowing Rock has reopened to traffic following an early morning rock slide.
WASHINGTON - Airlines that operate some Boeing Co. 787s and 747s will be required to steer clear of some very large thunderstorms under a new rule from the Federal Aviation Administration.
Recent editorials from North Carolina newspapers:
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - The venerable Piper Super Cub isn't being squeezed out, but the face of aviation in Alaska is changing.
DETROIT - The leader of upstart automaker Tesla Motors says he is confident that its Model S electric car is safe and will be cleared by a federal investigation into two battery fires.