Distractions Cited in crash
WASHINGTON — The pilots of two Phoenix news helicopters had so many distractions they lost track of each other, resulting in a midair crash that killed four, a federal safety panel said Wednesday. National Transportation Safety Board said the probable cause of the July 2007 crash was that the two helicopters drifted too close together because the pilots were focused on watching a police car chase and reporting the event for their television stations.
MAYOR DENIES KATRINA FRAUD
JACKSON, Miss. — The mayor of a Mississippi city devastated by Hurricane Katrina pleaded not guilty...
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