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The University Program shows student games and addresses drone traffic

SALT LAKE CITY – The University of Utah's Electronic Arts and Engineering program showed a host of student-designed games during its launch week on Wednesday, including an application that will help Salt Lake City manage future drone traffic. The program The annual Introduction Day offers the public the opportunity to try out student-designed games, many of which are released for …

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Stop & Shop traffic by loyal customers drops by 75 percent during the strike

It's been a little over a week since 31,000 Stop & Shop employees in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut went on strike. The union workers protest against wage and social cuts and changes to their health plans. Workers striking outside Ahold Delhaize's businesses are pushing customers to shop elsewhere and not to picket. New data from a local company using …

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Falcon Heavy's launch is expected to increase traffic this weekend

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. – Falcon Heavy will be launched this Sunday from the Kennedy Space Center, just over a year after the rocket was fired from the same pad for the first time on a successful test flight. SpaceX plans to send a communications satellite for Saudi Arabia's Arabsat from Pad 39A. The company aims for a Sunday between …

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The airport is delayed to the northeast due to shortage of air traffic controllers

According to the Federal Aviation Administration, significant flight delays broke out in the northeastern part of the country on Friday due to a government lack of air traffic controllers. The agency said it slowed entry and exit airports due to staffing issues at facilities in Washington and Jacksonville, Florida. On Wednesday, unions representing air traffic controllers, pilots and flight attendants …

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Absences of air traffic agents in the US reach record levels; Shut down on day 31

WASHINGTON, Jan. 21 (Reuters) – The US Transportation Security Administration, with employees partially unpaid, said on Monday that unplanned absences among security officials at US airports hit a record 10 on Sunday Percent rose reached its 31st day. The agency said the rate had risen from the previous high of 7 percent on Saturday. It was also more than three …

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Prince Philip, 97, unhurt in traffic accident near Royal Estate

LONDON – Prince Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II of Britain, escaped uninjured on Thursday from a car accident near the royal family's retreat in Sandringham, north of London. The prince, 97, drove a S.U.V. When he was involved in an accident involving another vehicle near the property, a spokeswoman for Buckingham Palace said. She confirmed that the queen …

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Canadian air traffic controllers buy pizza for American colleagues

Screenshot: @ NATCAEWR / Twitter According to the Associated Press, Canadian air traffic controllers have bought hundreds of pizzas for their American counterparts as a symbol of support during the government's downfall. It is a sweet gesture of solidarity that talks about how idiotic it is that our country is run by a huge baby who does not pay any …

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