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  • At least two injured as tornado damages St. Louis airport

    At least two injured as tornado damages St. Louis airport
    ST. LOUIS, Mi. -- Heavy winds from a severe storm caused significant damage, shattered windows and sent debris raining down on passengers at an airport in St. Louis Friday night. The Lambert-St. Louis International Airport is closed indefinitely while...
  • Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport Receives $6.2 Million AIP Grant

    Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport Receives $6.2 Million AIP Grant
    The New Orleans Aviation Board has received a $6.2 Million Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airport Improvement Program (AIP) Discretionary Grant for its Terminal Apron Rehabilitation project. This project will rehabilitate the apron areas...
  • Hair Found In Hands of Murdered Nicaraguan Diplomat

    Hair Found In Hands of Murdered Nicaraguan Diplomat
    The NYPD has an international murder mystery on its hands with no suspect, no motive and at this point, no sign of an arrest. Police remain on the case of Cesar Mercado's homicide. The 34 year-old diplomat was the acting consul general of Nicaragua,...
  • Liquid Drain Cleaner Found In Body Of Dead Nicaraguan Diplomat

    Liquid Drain Cleaner Found In Body Of Dead Nicaraguan Diplomat
    Liquid drain cleaner was apparently found in the system of a Nicaraguan diplomat that was discovered dead in his Bronx apartment last week. According to reports, Cesar Mercado, 34, was full of Spanish brand drain-cleaner and the empty bottle was...
  • Sanitation Workers Removing Trash Again, But Blizzard Sickout Investigation Underway

    Sanitation Workers Removing Trash Again, But Blizzard Sickout Investigation Underway
    Even though the snow emergency is over, its effects linger with mounds of garbage citywide, an investigation into a possible blizzard sickout by sanitation workers and a life saved by piled-up trash. As is typical during severe snowstorms, most...
  • Superdome Gets A Makeover

    Superdome Gets A Makeover
    A major makeover is going on inside the Superdome right now. It includes more seating, and premium club lounges. WGNO News Reporter Vanessa Bolano has more. The Superdome was built back in the 70's to watch football and baseball, and those who work...
  • Student, 11, Fatally Struck Walking To School

    Student, 11, Fatally Struck Walking To School
    An 11-year-old boy was struck and killed by a vehicle in the Tremont section of the Bronx Wednesday morning while on his way to school, police said. According to authorities, the child, identified as Russell Smith, was struck by an SUV at East 183rd St....
  • Virgin America debuts at O'Hare in May

    Virgin America will begin service to O’Hare May 25 with daily nonstop flights from Los Angeles International Airport and San Francisco International Airport, the airline said in a press release. Virgin is kicking off the service with a special $99...
  • Will Virgin do well at O'Hare?

    Will Virgin do well at O'Hare?
    Now we can find out if the hype is justified. Virgin America, which enjoys a cultlike status as one of the nation's hippest, friendliest and most convenient airlines, announced Thursday that it will be joining the scrum at O'Hare as of May 25. Virgin...
  • Studs still speaks

    Studs still speaks
    Studs Terkel was a magnificent and mighty human being. He was unfailingly generous. He loved people and made their lives better by listening deeply to what they had to say. He found poetry in the words of everyday folks, and was himself one of the great...
  • BWI concourses reopen after being evacuated due to odor

    Officials at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport shut down two concourses for about an hour Monday morning, while investigators tried to determine the nature and source of an unusual odor. All checkpoints reopened by 10 a.m., after investigators removed what...