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  • Bill Nye The Science Guy visits Epcot on Wednesday for National Engineers Week

     
    Bill Nye The Science Guy will headline this week's celebration of National Engineers Week at Walt Disney World. Nye, the mechanical engineer with a passion for science who is known for his television series and children's books, will have presentations at...
  • Scott’s head in the clouds

     
    Gov. Rick Scott surely thinks his decision earlier this month to sell off the two planes state officials use to fly around Florida will score him some quick points among voters. Particularly in light of some embarrassing stories last ye...
  • Raytheon develops Iron Man-like robotic suit

     
    Defense contractor Raytheon Co. recently showed off its exoskeleton robotic suit that's under development and it appears to be torn from the pages of one of the "Iron Man" movie scripts. The suit, dubbed the XOS 2, gives a soldier the power of two or...
  • High-tech Homeland Security plans flop

     
    by Ken Dilanian A high-tech "virtual fence" to catch illegal border crossers. Next-generation nuclear detectors at ports. Tamper-proof driver's licenses in every state. These were signature Bush administration initiatives to protect the country against...
  • Two finalists for police chief, sources say

    Two police veterans each with more than 20 years' experience in metropolitan departments are now finalists for the position of Newport Beach police chief, city officials said Tuesday. The candidates are retired Los Angeles Police Department Asst....
  • Rolling out at Florida parks

    Rolling out at Florida parks
    Harry Potter is about to arrive in Florida — not via broomstick or Floo powder but by a mystery technology that will sweep fans along on a life-and-death adventure in the realm of young wizards. The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, which officially...
  • City Guide: Suffolk

    SUFFOLK The town of Suffolk was born in 1742 — named after colonial governor William Gooch's home in Suffolk County, England. Suffolk became a city in 1910. Then in 1974 it consolidated with Nansemond County and the towns of Holland and...
  • The loss of more than 5000 Joint Forces Command jobs would ripple through Hampton Roads economy

    The loss of more than 5000 Joint Forces Command jobs would ripple through Hampton Roads economy
    When Norfolk-based Joint Forces Command planted its roots in Hampton Roads about 15 years ago, a long line of contractors spared neither time nor expense to follow, hoping to get a piece of the lucrative and emerging field of modeling and simulation....
  • U.S. Army awards major contract to Indiana company

    U.S. Army awards major contract to Indiana company
    The U.S. Army has awarded a major contract to an Indiana company and the work will be done in Indianapolis. The Raytheon Company got a $51.5 million contract to produce a system to defeat improved explosive devices or IEDs. Raytheon is a technology...
  • Helicopter Bursts into Flames After Crashing into Building

    Helicopter Bursts into Flames After Crashing into Building
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- A Sikorsky helicopter burst into flames after it crashed into a building in El Segundo Sunday morning, the Federal Aviation Administration said. The accident happened around 9:40 a.m. at the Raytheon plant located at 2000 E. El...
  • Helicopter bursts into flames after crashing

    Helicopter bursts into flames after crashing
    LOS ANGELES -- A Sikorsky helicopter burst into flames after it crashed into a building near East El Segundo Boulevard Sunday morning, according to officials. Authorities said there is a lot of damage to a building at the Raytheon plant located in the...
  • Jim Newton: A mysterious inquiry

    Jim Newton: A mysterious inquiry
    Last month, scores of public officials across Los Angeles County opened their mail to find nearly identical requests for information: Members of the Los Angeles City Council and the county Board of Supervisors, the Community Redevelopment Agency and...