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NTSB Appeals to Public for Photos of the Weather in the Area Around the Time of the Kobe Bryant Helicopter Crash in Calabasas

As tributes continue for Kobe Bryant, new information is emerging about the helicopter crash that killed him, his daughter and seven others. Investigators are focusing on weather conditions in their search for clues. NBC’s Tom Costello reports for TODAY from Calabasas, California. “We’re looking for photos of the weather in the area of the crash.” […]

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Posted in Air Travel

Radar Flight Analysis of Kobe Bryant’s Helicopter Sikorsky Flight Before Crash Northwest of Los Angeles in Foggy Weather

A Sikorsky S-76B Helicopter (N72EX) performing flight from Santa Ana KSNA was transitioning to the west of Van Nuys KVNY along the 101 Freeway in very marginal weather when suddenly crashed in the area of Calabasas. The S-76B Helicopter (N72EX) took off from KSNA (John Wayne Airport) at 9:06am and followed a northwesterly route towards […]

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Posted in Air Travel

Rear Car Window Shattered By Falling Ice on Delaware Place Near “John Hancock Center” Chicago

The rear window of a VW Jetta was completely smashed by falling ice on Delaware Place near 875 North Michigan Avenue near the John Hancock Center. The owner of a VW Jetta discovered the back window of his vehicle was smashed Tuesday morning January 14, 2020 by falling ice while the vehicle was parked near […]

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Posted in GO!

Sidewalks Closed: Several Key Areas of Downtown Arlington Heights Remain Plagued by Construction and Construction Debris

While the dining establishments near the heart of downtown Arlington Heights at Campbell Street and Vail Avenue are enjoying completed construction from a summer-long downtown construction project, some downtown areas — mostly north of Northwest Highway — remain incomplete. Sidewalks at the perimeter of North School Park were completed in time for the Holiday Tree […]

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Posted in Construction

Elon Musk Introduces Tesla Cybertruck at the Tesla Design Studio in Hawthorne, California

The Tesla Cybertruck was announced with three versions, starting at $39,900 to $49,900 and $69,900. Tesla CEO Elon Musk just unveiled the Cybertruck on Thursday November 21, 2019, the company’s first electric pickup truck. Musk introduced three versions of the truck, featuring 250 miles, 300 miles, or 500 miles of range — with a variety […]

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Posted in ARLINGTON-CARS.COM, Biz

Inside Lyft’s Self-Driving Car Lab for Automated Vehicles

CNBC got a first look inside Lyft’s level 5 lab, where it builds self-driving cars that are being tested on roads now. Self-driving rides are also available to select Lyft passengers in Arizona and Las Vegas, where Lyft opened its app to autonomous vehicle companies APTIV and Waymo. Lyft says it’s completed more than 75,000 […]

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Posted in GO!

The Clash Over Ridesharing Scooters: Bird, Lime, Scoot, Jump, Spin vs Anti-Clutterists and Personal Injury Lawyers

Electric scooters have become a familiar sight around the country — simple to operate, they give users the freedom of a car and the fresh air of a bicycle, for the price of taking the bus. So, why have so many cities banned them? CBS Sunday Morning’s David Pogue reports. Electric motorized scooters have suddenly […]

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Posted in Biz, GO!, Gov

Arlington Heights: Expect Road Construction Delays on Palatine Rd at Kennicott and at Arlington Heights Rd on Monday, September 30, 2019

The Village of Arlington Heights on Friday September 27, 2019 relayed an IDOT notice on Palatine Road regarding intersection work at Kennicott and Palatine Road and Arlington Heights Road and Palatine Road. IDOT advises motorists to expect delays Monday morning September 30, 2019 due to paving operations. Lane closures on Palatine Road and intersections of […]

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Posted in Construction, Streets of Chicagoland

Chicago Parking App Doesn’t Always Connect Properly in Areas with Poor Cellphone Coverage; Generates False Tickets

ParkChicago App Built by Passport — the Builder of the Parking App with a Soft Rollout in Arlington Heights, September 9, 2019 Some app users have been getting expired meter tickets when they should not. CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker reports. To some frustrated parking patrons, The City of Chicago seems to have a digital […]

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Posted in GO!, Gov

Village of Arlington Heights Begins Soft Roll Out of Mobile Parking App “Passport” in Parking Garages and Surface Lots

Beginning Monday September 9, 2019 and weeks following, the Village of Arlington Heights will present a soft roll out of a mobile parking payment app, known as Passport Parking, which can be used for parking payments of Daily Fee spaces instead of paying cash at the pay boxes located in the Downtown’s parking lots or […]

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Posted in GO!, Gov, Streets

WB Palatine Road Shut Down at Schoenbeck Rd due to Water Main Break Near Windsor Dr, Arlington Heights

IDOT shut down westbound Palatine Road at Schoenbeck Road just before noon Thursday September 5, 2019 because of a water main break just east of Windsor Drive in Arlington Heights. A water main break occurred near the curb lane of the westbound frontage lanes. There was heavy flow and minor flooding at Windsor Drive and […]

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Posted in Construction, GO!

How Technology Is Helping to Improve Traffic and Driving

V2I technology is changing our driving experience by making it safer and quicker. Learn how technology is helping to improve traffic in modern cities. Most drivers are experiencing how technology is helping to improve traffic without even knowing it. Communication between devices has been helping us navigate roads and highways for several years. Older GPS […]

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