Transcript for New Regulations Drone Owners Need to Know Starting Monday
wants one for Christmas. And here's what drone lovers need to know. Starting tomorrow, drones need to be registered with the government. The flying machines have become a headache for law enforcement. All drones will be given a tracking number that will help the FAA keep tabs on a database. Registration costs $5. Now to one homeowner in Tacoma, Washington, who can't believe his house is still in one piece. Watch this. Home surveillance shows the pick-up truck crash-landing down a hill, just feet from his guest bedroom. The driver climbs out the back and runs into the night. The owner says that after seeing the video, no one wants to sleep in that room anymore. Can you blame them? So far, the driver hasn't been located. Now to the weekend's big box office winner. "Star wars: The force awakens," living up to all of the hype, and then some. Nothing will stand in our way. The Disney blockbuster, raking in $238 million on its opening weekend, making it the biggest north American movie debut of all time. The previous record, "Jurassic world"'s $208 million, easily destroyed by those light sabers. Disney is the parent company of ABC news.
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