Drone Attempts To Drop Drugs, Cell Phones Into A PrisonThe high-tech smugglers successfully delivered cell phones on a previous drop, but failed to complete a drop with much more malicious materials inside.
Drones Carrying Defibrillators Could Aid Heart EmergenciesResearchers tested the idea and found drones arrived at the scene of 18 cardiac arrests within about 5 minutes of launch. That was almost 17 minutes faster on average than ambulances.
Drones out on Delivery for National Doughnut DayDon't forget to check out some of the best doughnuts in St. Louis!
Missouri State University Bans DronesThe policy was approved Oct. 3 by university president Clif Smart.
SEMO to Offer Four-Year Program in DronesStudents will learn to plan and fly the aircrafts right in the classroom.
Drone Restrictions Lessen for News PurposesThe Federal Aviation Administration approved the commercial use of drones this week.
State Farm Tests Drones in Missouri on Roof DamageHowever, damage claims are still being handled the old fashion way.
Drones Used To Deliver Drugs To Prison Yards ``It's like anything, new technology brings new problems.''
Hot Gift May Not Be Covered By InsuranceIt's important to ask your insurance agent questions about your drone before Christmas morning.
Before You Give a Drone, Get The RulesOne new rule is that all drones over .55 pounds need to be registered with the FAA.
FAA Looks to Set Drone Regulations for Public SafetyA Flight for Life spokesperson is calling on drone users to be more responsible on their own until FAA regulations are in place.
Illinois Task Force To Develop Rules for DronesThey plan to create new laws regarding drone use by citizens and law enforcement.

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