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Pilot: Major changes done to P-51 that crashed

Sat, 17 Sep 2011 19:40:08 +0000

The pilot of a P-51 Mustang killed in a Reno air race crash said major changes were made to the World War II-era fighter plane before this year's race.



Rural New Mexico high school podcasts to students

Wed, 25 Jun 2008 17:44:59 +0000

Students at a rural New Mexico high school made a unique pledge: Right hands raised, they promised to take care of their Zune music players.

Incoming sophomore Kyla Walraven listens to her Zune on the bus ride home in Fort Sumner, N.M., on May 13, 2008. The commute for nearly 50 percent of Fort Sumner High Schools students is about an hour bus ride. This past semester, nearly every one of the roughly 100 students at Fort Sumner High School was outfitted with the Microsoft media player, similar to Apple's iPod, enabling them to watch videos and listen to podcasts created or recommended by teachers and fellow students. It was one of two schools nationwide taking part in the project. (AP Photo/Felicia Fonseca)

Sherrie West, director of technology at Fort Sumner High School, looks through the content on her Zune in Fort Sumner, N.M., on May 13, 2008. This past semester, nearly every one of the roughly 100 students at Fort Sumner High School was outfitted with the Microsoft media player, similar to Apple's iPod, enabling them to watch videos and listen to podcasts created or recommended by teachers and fellow students. It was one of two schools nationwide taking part in the project. (AP Photo/Felicia Fonseca)

School superintendent Patricia Miller looks at student-produced content on her Zune in Fort Sumner, N.M., on May 13, 2008. This past semester, nearly every one of the roughly 100 students at Fort Sumner High School was outfitted with the Microsoft media player, similar to Apple's iPod, enabling them to watch videos and listen to podcasts created or recommended by teachers and fellow students. It was one of two schools nationwide taking part in the project. (AP Photo/Felicia Fonseca)

Incoming senior Keily Burds works with her Zune device in Fort Sumner, N.M., on May 13, 2008. This past semester, nearly every one of the roughly 100 students at Fort Sumner High School was outfitted with the Microsoft media player, similar to Apple's iPod, enabling them to watch videos and listen to podcasts created or recommended by teachers and fellow students. It was one of two schools nationwide taking part in the project. (AP Photo/Felicia Fonseca)


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N.M. school tries to reach students via podcast

Sat, 21 Jun 2008 10:36:20 +0000

Students at a rural New Mexico school made a unique pledge last winter: Right hands raised, they promised to take care of their Zunes.

Incoming sophomore Kyla Walraven listens to her Zune on the bus ride home in Fort Sumner, N.M., on May 13, 2008. The commute for nearly 50 percent of Fort Sumner High Schools students is about an hour bus ride. This past semester, nearly every one of the roughly 100 students at Fort Sumner High School was outfitted with the Microsoft media player, similar to Apple's iPod, enabling them to watch videos and listen to podcasts created or recommended by teachers and fellow students. It was one of two schools nationwide taking part in the project. (AP Photo/Felicia Fonseca)

Sherrie West, director of technology at Fort Sumner High School, looks through the content on her Zune in Fort Sumner, N.M., on May 13, 2008. This past semester, nearly every one of the roughly 100 students at Fort Sumner High School was outfitted with the Microsoft media player, similar to Apple's iPod, enabling them to watch videos and listen to podcasts created or recommended by teachers and fellow students. It was one of two schools nationwide taking part in the project. (AP Photo/Felicia Fonseca)

School superintendent Patricia Miller looks at student-produced content on her Zune in Fort Sumner, N.M., on May 13, 2008. This past semester, nearly every one of the roughly 100 students at Fort Sumner High School was outfitted with the Microsoft media player, similar to Apple's iPod, enabling them to watch videos and listen to podcasts created or recommended by teachers and fellow students. It was one of two schools nationwide taking part in the project. (AP Photo/Felicia Fonseca)

Incoming senior Keily Burds works with her Zune device in Fort Sumner, N.M., on May 13, 2008. This past semester, nearly every one of the roughly 100 students at Fort Sumner High School was outfitted with the Microsoft media player, similar to Apple's iPod, enabling them to watch videos and listen to podcasts created or recommended by teachers and fellow students. It was one of two schools nationwide taking part in the project. (AP Photo/Felicia Fonseca)


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Queen's Christmas Speech on Podcast

Fri, 22 Dec 2006 00:02:00 +0000

Queen Elizabeth II's traditional Christmas speech will be available as a podcast this year for the first time. A download can be ordered in advance for free on the British monarchy's Web site , royal officials said Friday.