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Sky's-the-Limit Marketing

By Roland Sweet
POSTED // Dec 12,2011 - The Medford, Ore., City Council voted to allow advertising on the city airport's control tower.

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Aero Dynamics

By Roland Sweet
POSTED // Dec 5,2011 - The Air Force is set to certify all of its aircraft to burn fuel made from fat and the oil-bearing plant camelina in 2013

News Quirks

Respect—Or Else

By Roland Sweet
POSTED // Nov 28,2011 - Thailand’s new government directed the Office of Prevention and Suppression of Information and Technology Crimes to step up its crackdown on Internet insults against King Bhumibol Adulyadej and his family

News Quirks

When eHarmony Fails

By Roland Sweet
POSTED // Nov 21,2011 - Authorities accused Robbie Suhr, 48, of disguising himself by wearing dark clothes and a mask, then attacking a 26-year-old exchange student living with Suhr, his wife and their two children in Pleasant Prairie, Wis.

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Rude Awakening

By Roland Sweet
POSTED // Nov 14,2011 - After a couple staying at a tree-house bed-and-breakfast in Taklima, Wash., fell to the ground...

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Homeland Insecurity

By Roland Sweet
POSTED // Oct 31,2011 - Future computer-based combat likely will involve electronic strikes that cause widespread power outages and even physical destruction of thousand-ton machines, according to the head of U.S. cyber-warfare forces.

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Epic Weiner

By Roland Sweet
POSTED // Oct 24,2011 - Brandon Kelly, 31, admitted throwing a hot dog at golfer Tiger Woods during a tournament in Santa Clara County, Calif., and explained he was inspired by the movie Drive

News Quirks

Better Dead Than Red

By Roland Sweet
POSTED // Oct 17,2011 - The world’s largest sperm bank no longer welcomes donors with red hair.

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What Could Go Wrong?

By Roland Sweet
POSTED // Oct 10,2011 - Fresh from beating human contestants on television’s Jeopardy, IBM’s Watson supercomputer system has been hired by health insurer WellPoint Inc. to help diagnose medical problems

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Waste Makes Taste

By Roland Sweet
POSTED // Oct 3,2011 - Authorities in China's Zhejiang province detained 32 people accused of operating a criminal network selling “poisonous and harmful cooking oil” made from used grease dredged from drains behind restaurants.
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