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Airman spared death penalty in killing of pregnant fiancee

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An airman stationed at an Air Force Base in Georgia has been sentenced to life in prison for the slaying of his pregnant fiancee

Report: Kings flagship station pulls radio host off air for criticizing DeMarcus Cousins trade

On Monday, KHTK 1140 radio host Damien Barling harshly criticized Vlade Divac and the hometown Sacramento Kings for a poor return in the DeMarcus Cousins trade. Two days later, Barling has reportedly been pulled from the air in what his co-hosts say was a retaliatory suspension. Show More Summary

Airman gets life sentence for killing of pregnant fiancee

An airman stationed at an Air Force base in Georgia has been sentenced to life in prison for the slaying of his pregnant fiancee. The decision by a court-martial Wednesday … Click to Continue »

After Cooley questioned McCloughan’s drinking, team’s silence speaks volumes

Last week, former Washington tight end Chris Cooley, who works for the team and for a Dan Snyder-owned radio station, questioned on the air whether General Manager Scot McCloughan has been drinking. The team declined to comment. But declining to comment doesn’t make a story go away, and a column today in the Washington Post…

[Infographic] Debunking Common PSA Myths for Nonprofits

They only air at night when everyone else is asleep. They?re only available on smaller stations and have limited reach. Have you heard these or other common misconceptions about PSAs? In reality, public service announcements (PSAs) are an effective and cost-conscious marketing tool for nonprofits to reach potential supporters. Every year, Connect360 analyzes a vast […]

"Because of a recent copyright dispute, Bulgarian National Radio, the public broadcaster for the country, has been limited to airing music recorded before 1946."

"And... [t]he station had a 20 percent increase in listenership in January, the first month in which the change was in effect, over December’s numbers...."“We had some concerns but people keep calling to tell us that they really enjoy...Show More Summary

SpaceX just flew a rocket back to Cape Canaveral Air Force Station — and the footage is epic

On Saturday, Feb. 18, SpaceX launched one of its Falcon 9 rockets on a cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station. Lift off took place out of Launch Complex 39A at Kennedy Space Center in Florida — the first time anything has launched from this pad since NASA's Space Shuttle Atlantis in July, 2011. Show More Summary

Coal Plant That Pollutes Grand Canyon Is Shutting Down for Good

Navajo Generating Station fouled the Four Corners air for decades—its closure will reduce pollution dramatically but is a disaster for northern Arizona communities

Shell Stations In UK & The Netherlands Will Add EV Charging Stalls

Sometimes, it's a good thing to change your spots. Shell is doing a bit of that. Shell is not a name I think of at all in terms of clean air infrastructure. More often, I reflect on the problems of the oil company in places it should not be — rainforests, the Arctic, etc. Show More Summary

Watch Out For Flying Debris: High Wind Warning Issued For NYC

Mother Nature's feeling spicy today and has weaponized the air to tear chunks out of glass buildings and topple roofs at gas stations. A high wind watch issued yesterday has just been upgraded to a High Wind Warning, with potential wind gusts reaching 60 miles per hour and sustained winds between 25 and 35 mph through 6 p.m. this evening. [ more › ]

Search on for Missing Boaters in AK

The Coast Guard is searching for two men reported overdue from a boating trip near Ketchikan Sunday. Coast Guard Air Station Sitka MH-60 Jayhawk crews and Coast Guard Station Ketchikan 45-foot Response Boat - Medium crews are conducting search patterns on the southern end of Gravina Island.

Radar study targeting wind events at NASA, Air Force launch facilities

Rockets rolling to their launch towers at both the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida (and the people who work on them) may soon be a little bit safer, thanks to research in the Atmospheric Science Department at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH).

Primitive plants survive almost two years in outer space

Searing temperatures, radiation and lack of air didn't kill algae kept outside the International Space Station – so maybe life from space could colonise worlds

Defibrillating a dead horse

Before we start, let me explain that ATSC 1.0 is the HDTV standard, and defines what you get from HDTV stations over the air and cable. It dates from the last millennium. Resolution currently maxes out at 1080i, which fails to take advantage even the lowest-end HDTVs sold today, which are 1080p (better than 1080i). […]

This one just pisses me off no end

Roger Curry, an Air Force veteran who worked as a nurse for Kaiser Permanente following his service with USAF, was found sitting at a bus station in Hereford, 150 miles north of London, England. According to this story, he had no idea how he’d gotten there, as he is suffering from Alzheimer’s. Show More Summary

Three More Warriors Passing to Valhalla….

Leonard D. Fisher enlisted in the US Army in 1942, and was assigned to the 9th Army Air Force in December 1942, as part of the 453rd Air Service Group, which was stationed at the RAF Old Buckenham Airfield. Some rare photos of that base...Show More Summary

Deals: Free Kensington USB-C Dock ($200 value) with any 2016 15" MacBook Pro; 128GB iPad Air 2 for $459; $100 off 13" MacBook Pro

Kicking off the week, B&H Photo is throwing in a free Kensington SD4600P USB-C Docking Station with Power with the purchase of any Late 2016 15-inch MacBook Pro (on top of instant savings and no tax outside NY and NJ). Apple's 128GB iPad Air 2 is also $40 off, while 13-inch MacBook Pros are $1,399 ($100 off).

Offshore work begins on relocating US base on Okinawa

Japan's government has started offshore construction work on relocating a U.S. Marine base on Okinawa. Monday's step marks the beginning of the main construction to move Marine Corps Air Station … Click to Continue »

27 Glamorous Photos of '60s Beauties Through An American Photographer's Lens

Al Pike is a Minnesota-based self-taught photographer who started with a 620 film camera before purchasing his first 35mm camera while in the U.S. Air Force stationed at Torrejon Air Base near Madrid, Spain in the early 1960s. “My work...Show More Summary

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