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Air Force Studying Falcons To Create Drone-Killing RobotResearchers at Oxford University have found that the feathered predators have a simple system of aerial hunting that the government hopes to apply to a new generation of drones
Xcel Now Using Drones To Inspect Transmission LinesXcel Energy is now using drones to inspect transmission lines across Colorado.
'You Aren't Giving The Animals A Chance': Law Prohibits Hunting With DronesAs ownership of and interest in drones continues to increase, Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials are seeing more illegal drone usage.
Drone Attempts To Drop Drugs, Cell Phones Into A PrisonThe high-tech smugglers successfully delivered cell phones on a previous drop, but failed to complete a drop with much more malicious materials inside.
'Extreme Behavior' Reported At Big Red Fire Burn AreaA fast-moving wildfire continues to grow in Routt County and was presenting firefighters with what was described as "extreme behavior."
Mountain Town Considers Limiting Drone UsageDrone pilots in Breckenridge are sharing concerns over a proposed ordinance that would add regulations and possible fines for certain use.
Colorado Man Named World's Fastest Drone Racer 2nd Year In A RowJordan Temkin, a drone racer in Fort Collins, has flown to the front of the pack in this budding new sport for a second year in a row.
Drones Used To Track Emerald Ash BorerIn recent years the emerald ash borer has begun killing trees in Boulder County. Researchers there are now using drones to track the voracious bugs.
Drones 'Put People's Lives At Risk' In Wildfire FightsDrones flying above wildfires in Colorado forced many aerial support teams to land, on several occasions, during fire response.
Emergency Responders To Begin Using DronesSix agencies in Larimer County are adding drone use to their regular operations. 
Drones Carrying Defibrillators Could Aid Heart EmergenciesIt sounds futuristic: drones carrying heart defibrillators swooping in to help bystanders revive people stricken by cardiac arrest.
Insurance Assessment Using Drone Leaves Homeowner With ConcernsAs thousands of storm-related claims are being processed throughout the Denver area, one homeowner isn’t buying what insurance companies are trying to sell as a faster way to handle claims: drones.

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