In case you missed it, Andy Reid - in an interview on SiriusXM radio - solved the riddle of how the Chiefs would line up at offensive tackle.
Wreckage from an Air Force KC-135 tanker is strewn across a field near the village of Chaldovar, about 100 miles west of the Kyrgyz capital Bishkek, on May 3. Wreckage from a U.S. Air Force KC-135 tanker aircraft wreckage is seen in a field near the village of Chaldovar, about 100 miles west of the Kyrgyz capital Bishkek, on May 3.
Two men charged with murdering an Idaho woman who disappeared three years ago had a pact to kill each other's wives, according to court documents released in the case.
A view shows the wreckage of the Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker plane near the site of its crash near the Kyrgyz village of Chaldovar, May 3, 2013.
SPOKANE, Wash. - Police confirm tonight that 4500 Block of N. Lincoln in Spokane.
The aircraft was a KC-135, a refueling tanker based on the Boeing 707. It is not immediately clear how many passengers were on board, but such tankers usually carry only a handful of crew members.
The Associated Press reports the plane went down Friday afternoon about 100 miles west of the re-named Manas Air Base, now called The Transit Center at Manas.
An American military tanker refueling plane carrying three crew members crashed Friday in the rugged mountains of Kyrgyzstan, the Central Asian nation where the U.S. operates an air base key to the war in Afghanistan.