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  • Fla. flight delay: Catfish on runway

     
    You know it's been raining too long in Florida when airport officials start delaying flights to give them time to clear the catfish from the runways.But it seems that's exactly what happened yesterday at Melbourne International Airport. To be fair, the......
  • More Americans Will Stay Home for Labor Day

     
    Following a trend that saw Americans scrapping their travel plans over Memorial Day weekend and the Fourth of July, the last true holiday of the summer will see an expected 0.9% decrease in travel compared to last year. The drop......
  • Today's News From the Cars.com Family

     
    If they can add auto-pilot to incredibly large, unwieldy passenger planes, why are car drivers still missing out? (And don???t even get us started about our lack of flying cars.) Today, MotherProof.com???s Sherrice Gilsbach examines just how family-...
  • Oh, happy day -- FAU DT is in Monroe

     
    It had been a bad day. On the plane on time in WPB, but had to sit on the runway for 90 minutes before we could take off due to bad weather in Atlanta. Of course, that meant missing......
  • Orioles??? future in Fort Lauderdale still murky

     
    Here???s what we know about the Baltimore Orioles and spring training: The team will return to Fort Lauderdale Stadium in 2009. After that? It???s anybody???s guess. Negotiations among Indian River County and Vero Beach officials and the unnamed team --.....
  • FAA: Everyone safe

     
    MSNBC reporting that the FAA says everyone was rescued and is safe from the plane that went down in the Hudson. FBI: Not terrorism or security related.......
  • Obama spurs security...and fashion

     
    Snapshots from the run-up to the inauguration. There's only a trickle of passenger traffic at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport on the eve of the Martin Luther King Day holiday. But a knot of people fills the waiting area near Gate B10. As Southwes....
  • Should companies with naming rights deals also be getting bailouts?

     
    Citigroup???s $400 million naming rights deal for the new New York Mets ballpark has gotten the attention of members of Congress. After all, the banking giant is receiving $45 billion in federal bailout money through the government???s Troubled Asset...
  • Sully, Sully Everywhere, Except...

     
    ..."The Today Show." Or almost. The morning leader - spurned by the Sully camp three weeks ago for a much bigger fish, "60 Minutes" - barely acknowledged the Hero of the Hudson on this morning's show. Natalie Morales finally......
  • Flight limits over Obama's Chicago home

     
    by John McCormick and Sara Olkon When Air Force One touches down Friday evening in Chicago, there will once again be a chance to see heavily armed motorcades and be surprised by unexpected appearances by the most famous and powerful......
  • Obama: Wheels-up from Chicago

     
    by John McCormick President Barack Obama departed O'Hare International Airport at 10 a.m. CST today, ending his first visit to Chicago as the nation's chief executive. Air Force One took off to the west on a chilly, but sunny President's......