Mom Sends Heart-Wrenching Letter to Son Who’...

In 1989, Jacob Wetterling was riding his bike in the local neighborhood of St. Joseph, Minnesota, when he was kidnapped by a hooded man. Twenty-six years had passed since that fateful day, but Jacob’s parents, Patty and Jerry, are still hopeful that someday, …

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Federal Aviation Administration Announces 300,000 ...

Unmanned aerial vehicles or drones have now been widely used for commercial and personal purposes. In 2015, the holiday season saw a total of 400,000 drones sold. Now on the heels of government policies that were deemed convenient for hobbyists, …

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Common Misconceptions About Tracking Your Fleet wi...

Thousands of companies in the transport industry manage a more effective fleet with the use of GPS tracking solutions. From small to big business operators, GPS technology has proven to be a crucial player in maintaining a smooth business process. …

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Woman Reunites with Cat 7 Years After It Was Lost

Losing a pet is like losing a member of a family. The pain is truly unbearable, but the joy is also overflowing especially when this woman reunites with cat 7 years after it went lost. Tricia Osterman had a firsthand experience …

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What Happens to Damaged, Delayed, and Lost Luggage

One of the worst nightmares for travelers is losing their luggage, so what to do with lost luggage? Imagine standing by the conveyor belt and waiting until it dawns to you that your luggage isn’t coming out anytime soon. You …

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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Drones

Have you ever wondered why we have drones in the first place? The initial use for them is definitely not for amateur photographers trying their hand at aerial shots, but today, anyone who can afford to dish out some money …

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