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  • St. Louis Airport Ripped Apart By Apparent Tornado

    St. Louis Airport Ripped Apart By Apparent Tornado
    An apparent tornado has touched down at Lambert Airport in St. Louis, causing extensive damage and injuries. The storm has blown out windows on one of the airport’s concourses and sent glass and debris sailing through the air.  Winds were so...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Coors Offends Puerto Ricans With Puerto Rican Day Ad

    Coors Offends Puerto Ricans With Puerto Rican Day Ad
    THE BRONX, NY (PIX11) - There is a new controversy being served up on the corner of Grand Concourse and East 161st.  At a bus stop in the shadows of the Bronx Supreme Court, a Coors Light ad is brewing questions from the Puerto Rican community with its...
  • 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...
  • Exercists: Walking in the Philadelphia Concourse

    Exercists: Walking in the Philadelphia Concourse
    A couple weekends ago, my wife and I packed up our dog and headed to Philadelphia. I ran a race, but we also spent some time checking out the tunnel system under the city, known as the Philadelphia Concourse. I was reminded of that yesterday evening on my...
  • Passenger Flies Through Several Airports With Contagious Case of Measles

    Passenger Flies Through Several Airports With Contagious Case of Measles
    ALBUQUERQUE, Nm. -- Public health officials are contacting airline passengers after a woman with measles traveled through three airports earlier this week, a spokesman for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Saturday. The woman...
  • Unique Cars on Display at Car Show in Kansas City

    Unique Cars on Display at Car Show in Kansas City
    A unique car show rolled into Kansas City on Sunday. The showcase took people back in time at the Kansas City Art Institute. The Art of the Car Concourse is a one of a kind car show for the midwest and featured cars form Illinois, Missouri, Kansas,...