One person is dead following a shooting on a crowded Miami-Dade transit bus Tuesday night.
Airline passengers across the United States got a mixed bag of news from the latest government analysis of the airline industry.
A Coast Guard helicopter and fixed-wing aircrew medically evacuated a 55-year-old women from a cruise ship Friday, approximately 57 miles north east of Nassau, Bahamas.
Business is back to normal at Palm Beach International Airport after officials say a suspicious substance was found on a Southwest Airlines plane.
A new warning from the U.S. government has South Florida air travelers on edge. Homeland Security officials are warning airlines that some al Qaeda operatives in Yemen are considering surgically implanting explosives into humans to carry out attacks.
A favorable first quarter for Miami International Airport sets-up the potential for another record-breaking year.
A monster snow storm which has ‘socked in’ the northeast has also stranded hundreds of travelers at Miami and Fort Lauderdale’s airports.
Miami-Dade County Transit buses and trains were running Wednesday but without new federal funding. The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) has suspended the county’s automatic access to a pool of grant money totaling some $182 million dollars.
Karen Blocker’s dream cruise began disintegrating at dawn when her cabin started rattling “like an earthquake.” “I told my daughter: ‘This boat is not moving anymore. We’ve got to get out,’” Blocker said. She opened the door to find a hallway filled with smoke and crew members telling passengers to head for the lifeboats.
In the nine years since the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001, the federal government has spent billions of your tax dollars supposedly to create better security and aviation safety.
But a six month I-Team investigation into security at our airports raises serious questions about how much safer we really are.
I-Team investigator Stephen Stock digs up the truth behind what critics call “Security Theater” at our airports.