Denver-based pilots fly historic United Airlines non-oil flights

DENVER (KDVR) – United Airlines celebrates its first commercial passenger flight using fuel from non-petroleum engines. The Dec. 1 flight made history thanks to two Denver-based pilots working at the United Airlines Flight Training Center in Denver’s Central Park neighborhood. Each year, more than 10,000 United pilots receive training on the 550,000-square-foot complex near Quebec … Read more

Blake Shelton made a big announcement on Instagram ahead of the ‘The Voice’ finale

“Hearst Magazines and Yahoo may earn commission or revenue on some items through the links below.” Blake Shelton could not be more proud of his latest exciting project. In front of The voice season 21 semifinals and finals, the Grammy-nominated country singer announced that the deluxe version of his 12th studio album Body language has … Read more

The punk and New Wave culture lives on the Auraria Campus

Pop culture is undergoing change decade after decade, but true pop revolutions revolve around a less frequent apogee. Perhaps the last major pop-cultural highlight came during the punk / new wave scene in the 70s and early 80s, and many who went through it will agree that there has been nothing that matches its intensity … Read more

Ted Nugent: Sebastian Bach ‘Wants To Be More Of A Pop Star Than A Music Guy’

In a new interview with Sofa King Cool, Ted Nugent told about his commitment with DAMNOCRACY, the short-lived project he formed with MILD SOFT guitarist Scott Ian, former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach, ex-BIOLOGICALLY HAZARDOUS bassist / vocalist Evan Seinfeld and drummer Jason Bonham (BONHAM, UFO, FOREIGNER). DAMNOCRACY was shown in 2006 VH1 “reality” tv … Read more

New Sandwell leader promises to do ‘everything she can’ to make the neighborhood a success

Councilor Kerrie Carmichael is the elected leader of the Sandwell Council Blackheath councilor Kerrie Carmichael gave a short speech after officially becoming chair at a full Sandwell Council meeting in Oldbury last night. Councilor Carmichael is the sixth Labor leader of the council in the last three years, and her supporters believe her victory will … Read more

Algonquin double murder suspects accept extradition

A 36-year-old Algonquin man charged with four counts of first-degree murder in the death of his mother and stepfather agreed Wednesday morning to be extradited to McHenry County from Kenosha County, Wisconsin, to face the charges. Maxim Parnov is also charged with two counts of concealing a homicide in the killings of Peter and Elvira … Read more

No10 Christmas party: Wine, gifts, quizzes. . . and mother of all hangovers News

Insiders said Christmas party No. 10 on Dec. 18 began early, with officials and political advisers gathering in the press office shortly after noon. During the evening, some people gave speeches, enjoyed a cheese board, drank together, and exchanged secret Santa gifts. When it ended shortly before noon. A few rooms away, Boris Johnson worked … Read more

Austin ISD changes: Scheduling, holidays and more are suggested

AUSTIN (KXAN) – The Austin Independent School District provides new information on proposed changes to next year’s academic calendar. Austin ISD says it has taken teacher feedback into account and is now proposing more changes for the next academic calendar year. These include two possible new holiday observations, an hour of early release every Wednesday … Read more