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A small helicopter-style gyroplane with only the pilot aboard crashed while taking off at Front Range Airport on Thursday (credit: CBS)

Small Aircraft Crashes At Front Range Airport

A small helicopter-style gyroplane with only the pilot aboard has crashed while taking off at Front Range Airport east of Denver.

09/27/2013

Predator Drone (credit: General Atomics/Getty Images)

Boulder Businessmen Targeting Farmers With Drones

InventWorks and Boulder Labs have developed a drone they believe could revolutionize the multibillion-dollar business of agriculture, by offering farmers precise location of weeds that require suppression far more efficiently than could be achieved by any other means.

08/10/2013

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Senators Suggest Studying Firefighting With Drones

Senators for Colorado and Arizona want to see if unmanned aircraft can help fight wildfires.

07/26/2013

An image from the crash (credit: CBS)

2 Killed, Hundreds Injured After Jet Crashes In San Francisco

Two are dead and 180 others were hospitalized after an Asiana Airlines flight from Seoul, South Korea crashed while landing at San Francisco International Airport on Saturday.

07/06/2013

The West Fork Complex Fire  (credit: CBS)

West Fork Complex Fire Now 2 Percent Contained

The West Fork Fire is the biggest wildfire burning in Colorado and has so far burned more than 90,000 acres, but on Saturday there was 2 percent containment.

06/29/2013

An image from the crash (credit: Eagle County Sheriff's Office)

Small Vintage Plane Crashes Into Field In Wolcott

Authorities are investigating after a small airplane crashed into a field in the small town of Wolcott northwest of Vail.

06/23/2013

An image from the crash (credit: Brooke Kincaid/CBS)

Plane Crashes In Great Sand Dunes National Park

There is an investigation into what caused a plane to go down in the Great Sand Dunes National Park.

06/08/2013

Sen. Mark Udall (credit: CBS)

Udall: Bill Will Restore Common Sense To FAA

Congress has easily approved legislation ending furloughs of air traffic controllers that have delayed hundreds of flights daily.

04/26/2013

A Frontier Airlines plane at Denver International Airport (credit: CBS)

Frontier Warns Of Longer Flight Delays This Summer

The airlines, including one of Denver’s largest carriers — Frontier — are warning of longer flight delays this summer. They say having fewer air controllers will take a toll on traffic.

04/24/2013

Denver International Airport (credit: CBS)

Mainly Weather, Not Furloughs Forces Some Delays At DIA

Some air traffic controllers at Denver International Airport are being furloughed because of federal budget cuts, but no significant flight delays have been reported as a result.

04/22/2013

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