More than 70 motorists were stuck for hours Monday in biting temperatures on snow-covered highways in northwest Indiana as strong winds hampered snow plow drivers’ efforts to free them. By Monday afternoon, most had been rescued safely, but a few were still trapped by drifts.
A planned boycott of airport security scanners was a bust, but holiday travelers in the western U.S. had to contend with a chaotic mix of snow, sleet and ice.
The lines of passengers were moving swiftly and smoothly through the security checkpoints at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport on Wednesday.
Despite tough talk on the Internet, there was little if any indication of a passenger revolt at many major U.S. airports, with very few people declining the X-ray scan that can peer through their clothes.
Transportation Security Administration chief John Pistole is urging travelers to avoid delaying actions at airports this Thanksgiving. Pistole recorded a public service message with suggestions for efficient security screening procedures.
Triple A is projecting the number of Americans traveling over the Thanksgiving holiday will increase more than 11 percent over last year.
A Pinnacle Airlines flight aborted takeoff from a Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport runway after passengers reported smelling smoke in the cabin.
A group of Minnesota mothers went all the way to Russia to seek answers on the struggles their adopted children face.
Airport full body scanners and enhanced pat-downs are creating a nationwide backlash that could affect travel plans on the busiest travel day of the year.
Another sign the economy is starting to rebound: Business travel is on the rise.
Eric takes a break from sports talk to discuss travel. Travel expert Terry Trippler joins the program. Even though we’re in the middle of baseball season, there’s still basketball to talk about. Minnesota Lynx assistant […]