MnDOT, MSP Crews Clear Snow Before Holiday TravelApproximately 1,500 plow drivers were all over Minnesota roads taking care of the overnight snow in anticipation of one of the busiest travel days of the year.
Cold, Wet Weather May Damper Thanksgiving Travel PlansAAA says more than 48 million American are expected to travel for Thanksgiving between Wednesday and Sunday. Nearly 90 percent of them drive.
Shirt Suggesting Lynching Of Journalists Spotted At MSP Trump RallyThe shirt was reportedly for sale on Zazzle, but has since been pulled.
Plane Travels From MSP To Tokyo's Int'l Airport For First TimeA first of its kind flight will make a trip overseas more convenient for thousands of Minnesotans. On Saturday, a Delta passenger plane took off from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport to land at Tokyo International Airport for the first time.
MAC Approves New Regulations For Uber, Lyft At MSP AirportOn Monday, the Metropolitan Airports Commission overwhelmingly approved the new ordinance governing ride sharing.
MSP Rolls Out The Welcome Mat For Ryder Cup TravelersA quarter of a million people are gathering in Chaska for the Ryder Cup golf tournament this week.
Delta Pilots To Picket As Contract Negotiations StallDelta Airlines pilots plan to picket outside MSP Airport Thursday, according to a statement from the Airline Pilots Association.
Alaska Airlines Plane Lands At MSP Due To Unruly PassengerOfficials say an Alaska Airlines plane headed from JFK Airport to Seattle had to be diverted to the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport on Monday due to an unruly passenger.
Report: Someone Tried To Get Through MSP Security With Loaded GunIt appears more and more people are forgetting to properly pack certain items when they fly.
Delays, Cancellations For Delta Passengers Continue WednesdayMore delays and cancellations are expected for Delta Airlines Wednesday after a computer outage crippled the airlines system Monday.
Delta CEO Apologizes Following Computer Failure, CancellationsDelta passengers are encountering long lines at airports worldwide Monday morning after a computer outage grounded flights.
Delta Pilots To Picket For Higher Pay FridayDelta Air Line pilots will be conducting informational picketing around the country in an effort to raise the sense of urgency in ongoing contract negotiations, according to the Air Line Pilots Association, Int'l.

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