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the view from here. a closer look at the multiple uses for drones. and, another culinary arts student from muw shares a recipe. plus, a sitdown with fleetwood mac. midmorning starts right now. a california city wants to use ádronesá to help save lives. palo alto hopes to become the first u-s city to use unmanned aircraft to deliver blood from a blood bank to a hospital. the federal aviation administration is reviewing the city's proposal, along with about 150 others. the agency will approve átená projects to move forward next month. mireya villarreal reports. 07:27:20 áthisá could be the future of heathcare -- vroom!!! drones delivering blood in emergencies. at the stanford blood center in the heart of silicon valley&amp; doctor tho pham's team collects about 200 pints of blood each day. most of that supply is stored at the hospital. but sometimes... there's a need for more. you can't plan for emergencies and that's where time becomes even more crucial. right now - they use a courier service. but the process can be slow. it depends on the time of day, courier availability, traffic conditions, anywhere from 30-60 minutes. and with a drone? with a drone, ten minutes or less. that's a huge difference. it's a huge difference, it can make a difference in people's lives. andreas raptopoulos is the c-e-o of drone delivery company matternet. he showed us how it works. the blood would be placed in a secure box&amp; and automatically loaded into the drone before taking off on a pre-programmed route. at the hospital&amp; doctors use a q- r code on their phone to unlock and grab the package. ready, clear, flight path open. several of the projects the f-a- a is now considering deal with heathcare. drone delivery company "zipline"&amp; which is involved in 8 ádifferentá proposals&amp; says their drones can fly over 100 miles to shuttle medical supplies to rural communities. under current federal law&amp; drones must stay in the operator's line of sight. but next month, the f-a-a would waive those restrictions for the 10 pilot projects... opening up the possibilities for commercial drone use in the u-s. regulators still have to tackle tough questions about privacy and safety. there's no telling what can happen. palo alto resident katie talbot who lives near their áproposedá route is concerned. i think they know they would run into a lot of resistance from the neighbors if they tried to fly over them with a load of blood! matternet says the route will be over open space and say success áhereá could ease some of the public's concerns. we strongly believe in healthcare being the first adopter of this type of technology because there's very tangible and tremendous benefits there&amp;//we will have the opportunity to educate the public. dr. tho pham right now we're talking about drones delivering blood. but i think of it more generally as a drone delivering medical supplies. and when you do that, you know there's a whole world out there that you can sort of change. ... proving the sky is ánotá the limit. for c-b-s this morning, mireya villareal, palo alto, california. richard eairheart is a licensed pilot for wcbi. he is here along with pilot evan fox. both work in creative services and are seeing clients ask for the drone more and more. training and tests that go into getting a drone pilot's license following the rules value of drone for news value for commercial clients tyler >> as a state law is the state has a peeping tom will if you're flying around the windows and obviously trying to try looking thing my number people there back yard first law layover people over people is illegal and then ... and then if you're flying like notice to something that flying around your window directly on your property backyard look around and hovering then you call your local law enforcement and then they'll go from there evan so privacy issues safety issues you delivered training at the certified with the faa patient one is less information on that is doing the rules of the pilot we were saying this indication is going to mainly to ensure that you know what you're doing you is, point many times as we had this were able to just job you could never get more action can you please send as i a drone you your love that was scary to see their property different and away we always have easy revenue came going in shoes and the faa maps is legal by their to the altitude is to see things the air force and there's a lot of waiting in the news for just a little bit of planning difficult to read stream the process without maps on the a is this guy sure box check we can to take it out and see strong use going i think the remote that there is people are you doing illegal things that they had to really do constantly looking at faa regulations how they've updated its is different type checked as regular as sales advice for novice user recreation do your homework in the area they say he stood with his impulsive this thing can vary back to seth common sense: you'll see w, theland for sale. you'll really want to see this ahead on mid morning. if you are in the market for a little land, there's a ranch for sale in colorado. it may cost you. but as matt crow shell reports, you would be buying a life time of tradition. nats- gate. susan nottingham is selling her simple way of life. and that's something that's hard to put a price tag on.

" it's not about having a lot of money i'm a pretty simple person i don't need a lot it's really just a validation of what my parents accomplished in their life and their 64 years of marriage" that's something that's hard to put a price tag on.

" it's not about having a lot of money i'm a pretty simple person i don't need a lot it's really just a validation of what my parents accomplished in their life and their 64 years what my parents accomplished in their life and their 64 years of marriage" her ancestors were some of the original settlers in eagle county.

" my family actually homesteaded in avon and find an avon for decades since the 1880s" in 1980's they moved deeper into the backcountry to this prestine place. now susan runs the nearly 20,000 acre cattle ranch alone. and she is ready to step away. and into a new chapter of her life. stand up matt; " this is just one of the seven homes at the nottingham ranch but the real value is in the land the soil and the water" " has extensive water rides it has enough water on it for a small city it's a really unique place" peaceful and wild. and that's the way she wants it to remain.

" i want to do it so i have some assurance the ranch will continue to be a ranch and that it has minimal impact to the community.. the way they're supposed to be here" susan hopes once this sells- she can use the money to help foster children find homes. find amazing parents like she had growing up.

" there so much need out their kids need home education medical care kids just need a chance maybe i can get some of those kids a chance" hoping to keep the ranching spirit alive and in tact for generations more to come here on the western slope. matt tag: in eagle county mk covering colorado first there's nothing better in spring than carrot cake. one of muw 's chefs in training shows us how next. you just can't beat cake. this morning muw culinary student lori purtle is mixing up a special carrot cake. carrot cake - student lori purtle recipe by lucy bell rinks ? 2 cups flour ? 2 cups sugar ? 2 tsp baking soda ? ? tsp nutmeg ? 3 tsp cinnamon ? 1 tsp salt ? 4 eggs beaten ? 1 ? cups vegetable oil ? 2 tbsp. vanilla ? 3 cups grated carrots ? 8 oz drained crushed pineapple ? ? cup of chopped pecans ? ? cup sweeten flake coconut pre heat oven to 350 f 1 combine the flour, sugar, soda, spices and salt in a large mixing bowl. 2 add in the wet ingredients, and stir till a thick batter forms. 3 carefully fold in the carrots, pineapple, pecans and coconut stir until just combined 4 pour batter into bundt pan and cook for 1 hour, cool and serve you just can't beat cake. this morning muw culinary student lori purtle is mixing up a special carrot cake. carrot cake - student lori purtle recipe by lucy bell rinks ? 2 cups flour ? 2 cups sugar ? 2 tsp baking soda ? ? tsp nutmeg ? 3 tsp cinnamon ? 1 tsp salt ? 4 eggs beaten ? 1 ? cups vegetable oil ? 2 tbsp. vanilla ? 3 cups grated carrots ? 8 oz drained crushed pineapple ? ? cup of chopped pecans ? ? cup sweeten flake coconut pre heat oven to 350 f 1 combine the flour, sugar, soda, spices and salt in a large mixing bowl. 2 add in the wet ingredients, and stir till a thick batter forms. 3 carefully fold in the carrots, pineapple, pecans and coconut stir until just combined 4 pour batter into bundt pan and cook for 1 hour, cool and serve you just can't beat cake. this morning muw culinary student lori purtle is mixing up a special carrot cake. carrot cake - student lori purtle recipe by lucy bell rinks ? 2 cups flour ? 2 cups sugar ? 2 tsp baking soda ? ? tsp nutmeg ? 3 tsp cinnamon ? 1 tsp salt ? 4 eggs beaten ? 1 ? cups vegetable oil ? 2 tbsp. vanilla ? 3 cups grated carrots ? 8 oz drained crushed pineapple ? ? cup of chopped pecans ? ? cup sweeten flake coconut pre heat oven to 350 f 1 combine the flour, sugar, soda, spices and salt in a large mixing bowl. 2 add in the wet ingredients, and stir till a thick batter forms. 3 carefully fold in the carrots, pineapple, pecans and coconut stir until just combined 4 pour batter into bundt pan and cook for 1 hour, cool and serve theirs is a story of make-ups and break-ups. of creative differences and classic art. fleetwood mac returns to the stage. ahead on mid morning. fleewood mac is going on tour. the group, which has sold more than 100- million records, will kicks off in october, but buckingham áwon'tá be on it. he was abruptly ousted from the band earlier this year. for the first time, band members tell anthony mason what happened. narr: the first photo session for the new fleetwood mac included mike campbell, former lead guitarist for tom petty and the heartbreakers...and neil finn, front man for the group, crowded house. new members, but hardly novices: fleetwood: "both of these gentlemen had a legacy of their own. they don't need to have a calling card." narr: and with them, drummer mick fleetwood says, fleetwood mac has been reborn: mason: "so this is effectively a new band." fleetwood: "this is absolutely a new band." // "this is the new lineup of fleetwood mac." mason: "so neither you, mike, nor you, neil, think of this as a temporary gig?" finn: "not at all." campbell: "i'm making this my priority until whenever, you know. we'll see what happens." narr: campbell and finn will replace lead guitarist, lindsey buckingham, who joined the band back in 1974...helped re- shape their sound and wrote some of the group's biggest hits. mason: "when did you decide to make this change?" fleetwood: "it happened after we played new york at the musiccares event. you were there." narr: it was the band's last performance in late january, when they were honored at the musicares benefit on grammy weekend. all five members of the classic lineup appeared together. but tensions were building, fleetwood says, because buckingham would not sign off on a new tour they'd been planning for a year and a half: fleetwood: "it became just a huge impasse and hit a brick wall, where we decided that we had to part company." mason: "was lindsey effectively fired?" fleetwood: "well, we don't use that word because i think its ugly. and its not a question that lindsey has huge amounts of respect and kudos to what he's done within the ranks of fleetwood mac and always will."//it's like a marriage that came to an end and there are reasons why." needed to move on and we have and that's..." mason: "because people who saw you in new york would've thought everything was okay. but it wasn't?" fleetwood: "no, it was not." nicks: "this team wanted to get out on the road. and one of the members did not want to get out on the road for a year." narr: stevie nicks supported the decision: nicks: ""when you're in a band, it's a team. i mean i have a solo career, and i love my solo career and i'm the boss. absolutely. but i'm not the boss in this band." narr: so just six days after the musicares performance, mike campbell got a phonecall: campbell: "it was my birthday. and i was sitting in my backyard, //and i got a call, 'hi, this is mick fleetwood.'" mason: "were you looking for something to do?" campbell: "i had a few things. but nothing quite as big as this." narr: campbell was in as lead guitarist. but the band still needed another singer: nicks: "we sat around a table and we just started listening to everybody we could think of."//"anywhere between 27 and 65. it was crazy." finn : "i just made it.' narr: neil finn, who turns 60 next month, was in his hometown, auckland, new zealand when he got the call: finn: "i just kind of had this kind of big grin on my face 'cause it's a call you never expect to get." narr: they all met up at this theatre in maui on march 21st: mason: "how long did you guys play together in maui?" fleetwood: "a couple of days." mason: "that was all it took?" nicks: "two days." really good and i have film to prove it." narr: this is cellphone footage of that first session. they ran through 10 songs in those two days. christine mcvie also liked what she heard: christine mcvie: "the essence of the band was great. and the three voices sound really good together. happy." campbell: "it already feels like a band when we've only played once or twice. but with a little rehearsal, i think it's just gonna be incredible." narr: for mike campbell, it's a new beginning after losing tom petty, last fall: nicks: "it changed me and mike for sure in that you know, we need to take everyday that we have until we're gone and make it the best day we can because if that could happen to tom, it could happen to anybody." //"and i'm gonna have the most fun i can and i'm gonna stop complaining. and i'm gonna throw myself into all these projects because you just never know." we'll be right back to wrap things up. that and more on the next midmorning.




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