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Plane owners fume over grounded Scottsdale leases

Dr. Chris Winterholler loves flying his Cirrus SR20 airplane. “I’d rather do this than anything else,” Winterholler said while checking the gauges on the plane as he prepares for takeoff. “I just think it’s a blast every time I go somewhere.”. It’s not just about fun...
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Tornado wreaks havoc in northern Michigan community

GAYLORD, Mich. — (AP) — A tornado tore through a small community in Michigan's northern Lower Peninsula on Friday, flipping vehicles, tearing the roofs off buildings and causing other damage. There were no immediate reports of injuries or deaths caused by the tornado that hit Gaylord, a community...
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Mick Jagger on comparisons to Harry Styles: “He doesn’t have a voice like mine”

The Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger has opened up about comparisons of himself to Harry Styles. Speaking to The Sunday Times, Jagger says he considers resemblance comparisons between him and Styles to have been “superficial”. Styles has frequently been compared to the Stones frontman over the years and was once rumoured to be playing Jagger in an upcoming biopic of his life.
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First emergency flights of baby formula expected Sunday

More than a million bottles of baby formula are expected to land on U.S. soil tomorrow from Switzerland in what’s now turned into a military operation to bring relief to desperate parents and children. NBC’s Maggie Vespa reports for Saturday TODAY.May 21, 2022.
POLITICS

First batch of infant formula headed to Indiana from Switzerland as part of Biden's "Operation Fly Formula"

The first batch of baby formula being imported to the US from Switzerland will arrive in Indiana as early as this weekend, bearing the equivalent of 1.5 million 8-oz bottles of 3 types of formula. The shipments will include hypoallergenic formulas intended for babies with dairy milk allergies — Alfamino Infant, Alfamino Junior, and Gerber Good Start Extensive HA.
INDIANA STATE
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Lester Piggott in hospital in Switzerland

Record-breaking former champion jockey Lester Piggott is in hospital in Switzerland. Winner of the Derby a remarkable nine times, the 86-year-old was, along with Frankel, in the first draft of inductees into the British Champions Series Hall of Fame last year. His daughter, Maureen, is married to Newmarket trainer William...
WORLD
NHL

Josh Anderson, Canada fall to Switzerland at Worlds

MONTREAL -- Josh Anderson was held off the scoresheet in Canada's 6-3 loss to Switzerland at the IIHF World Championship on Saturday. Anderson's point streak was snapped at four games, but he's still enjoying a solid tournament. The 28-year-old winger is tied for the team lead in both assists (5)...
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SkySports

Lester Piggott: Legendary nine-time Derby-winning jockey in hospital in Switzerland

Record-breaking former champion jockey Lester Piggott is in hospital in Switzerland, William Haggas told Sky Sports Racing on Sunday. Winner of the Derby a remarkable nine times, the 86-year-old was, along with Frankel, in the first draft of inductees into the British Champions Series Hall of Fame last year. His...
WORLD
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Second ‘Summit Beer Day’ celebrated by hikers worldwide

QUEENSBURY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – This weekend’s weather is an indication that summer is on its way. A time when Glenville native and outdoor enthusiast Julie St. Louis thrives. St. Louis came up with the idea of “Summit Beer Day” last year. A day where hikers say cheers with their favorite brew at any summit they’ve climbed. […]
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DAVOS DIARY: Train, not plane means scenery, carbon cutting

DAVOS, Switzerland (AP) — The World Economic Forum is encouraging European attendees to come to its exclusive gathering in the Swiss Alps by train. It’s part of efforts to burnish the sustainability credentials for an event in Davos that conjures up images of government leaders, billionaire elites and corporate titans jetting in on carbon-spewing private planes. One Associated Press reporter covering the meeting for the first time skipped the airport to take the 12-hour train journey from London. Event organizers call climate change a priority and say they can offset any aviation-related emissions for people flying in. They can also provide sustainable jet fuel at Zurich’s airport for those taking private jets.
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