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  • Southwest Airlines fliers can now iMessage during flights for $2 a day

    Southwest Airlines fliers can now iMessage during flights for $2 a day
    Travelers on Southwest Airlines can now iMessage during their flights for $2. The airline announced Wednesday it had launched gate-to-gate text messaging on all Wi-Fi-installed aircraft. The new service enables passengers with Apple devices operating on...
  • NTSB hearing on Asiana crash: New footage shows moment of impact

    NTSB hearing on Asiana crash: New footage shows moment of impact
    WASHINGTON -- New footage released Wednesday of the Asiana Airlines flight that crashed in San Francisco this summer shows the large jetliner pitch up and pivot in the air before bursting into flames. The footage was released by the National...
  • Fatal Hawaii plane crash triggers fresh conspiracy theories

    A small plane with nine people aboard went down off the coast of the Hawaiian island of Molokai, killing one person -- the state's health department director, Loretta Fuddy.  The Wednesday crash put an unexpected spotlight on Fuddy, 65, who had helped...
  • U.S. regulators close 52 bus companies in safety crackdown

    U.S. regulators close 52 bus companies in safety crackdown
    Federal regulators shut down 52 bus companies in a nationwide safety crackdown prompted by fatal bus crashes in four states that killed 25 people and injured more than 80 in the last year. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration said it pulled...
  • Hawaii plane crash fuels Obama 'birther' theories

    Hawaii plane crash fuels Obama 'birther' theories
    When President Obama marched into the White House briefing room with his Hawaiian birth certificate in April 2011, he said: "I know that there's going to be a segment of people for which, no matter what we put out, this issue will not be put to rest."...
  • End Of The Line For Metro-North?

    For the 115,000 daily passengers on Metro-North in Connecticut, the derailment and fatalities that occurred Dec. 1 in the Bronx really hit home. Those were Connecticut rail cars involved in that crash and a crew that could just as easily have been...
  • Man's hand severed when plane, lawn mower collide

    Man's hand severed when plane, lawn mower collide
    Two things you’d probably not expect to ever collide did on Saturday: A plane and a lawn mower, charlotteobserver.com reports. A plane landing at the Taylorsville Airport Saturday morning hit and seriously injured a man who was mowing the grass...
  • Fatal bus crash: Student died saving others, school official says

    A student who died in last week's fiery bus crash in Orland, Calif., spent his last moments helping other passengers to safety, officials at his Inglewood charter high school said in a statement. Ismael Jimenez, 18, would have been the first in his...
  • Student in Calif. bus crash died saving others: Officials

    Student in Calif. bus crash died saving others: Officials
    A student who died in last week's fiery bus crash in Orland, Calif., spent his last moments helping other passengers to safety, officials at his Inglewood charter high school said in a statement. Ismael Jimenez, 18, would have been the first in his...
  • Fatal bus crash: New videos could help determine cause, NTSB says

    National Transportation Safety Board officials investigating the deadly collision of a FedEx truck and a tour bus filled with high school students will examine two new pieces of video evidence. One is cellphone video shot by the driver of a Nissan...
  • 'Midnight Rider' Investigation: Sheriff Will Leave Question of Criminal Charges to D.A.

    Wayne County Sheriff John Carter said that his office will not pursue their own criminal charges stemming from the Feb. 21 train trestle accident on the set of "Midnight Rider," but will instead present the case to the district attorney to determine if...