5. The U.K. Airprox Board issued a report about a near-miss between a commercial drone and a Loganair flight near Scotland's Glasgow Airport on Nov. 24. Crew members spotted the drone flying about 5 meters (16 feet) above the captain's window, the regulatory agency said.
6. A bill that would have criminalized using drones to violate another's privacy died in the the North Dakota House of Representatives on Wednesday. Before the vote, Rep. Mike Nathe said that passage of the bill would have been "detrimental to the UAS industry and its growth in this state."
7. The Russian defense contractor Kalashnikov Concern is now selling a self-destructing drone. The Kalashnikov KUB-BLA drone carries a small explosive charge that detonates on impact.
8. The U.S. government granted Vigilant Aerospace a special license allowing the drone firm to streamline exports of its FlightHorizon GCS, an airspace situational awareness and detect-and-avoid system.
9. A bill making its way through the Missouri State Legislature would ban drone pilots from flying over state prisons. The Missouri Department of Corrections has experienced 11 reports of drone sightings and other incidents since September 2016.
10. Officers in Park Township, Michigan used a drone to locate a teenage girl who was stranded on the ice of Lake Michigan.