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Drone demonstration spurs lofty discussion

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Who has the right to watch us from the sky?

Many TV stations have the capability to chase stories in the sky aboard a helicopter, but now some journalists are experimenting with drone technologies — used for military surveillance — to get previously unimaginable footage. Drone technology, your privacy and … Continue reading

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LandSpeed Louise puts News at Noon on the fast track

The fastest people on earth are amateurs who, for the past 100 years, have been cranking out speed records on the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, driving and riding their hand-built cars, trucks, and motorcycles at speeds upwards of 475 … Continue reading

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Century-old ax murders highlight News at Noon

A century-old unsolved murder and the newspaper reporter who tracked down the story are featured at the next News at Noon, sponsored by the St. Louis Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Missouri History Museum. St. Louis … Continue reading

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