“Lee Daniels’ The Butler” was served another first-place finish over the Labor Day weekend.
The U.S. Justice Department and several state attorneys general have filed a lawsuit to block the proposed merger between American Airlines and US Airways.
Vandals did approximately $4,000 in damage to two planes parked at the sea plane base behind the Miami Children’s Museum on Watson Island.
The moon landing, the assassination of JFK, the 9/11 attacks, the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. They are events and days that defined recent American history like no others.
More than 400 people could have died in the skies over Miami in August, if not for an air traffic controller who saved the day. CBS4 Investigator Stephen Stock uncovers the video and audio of this near mid-air collision and talks to the controller.
Few of us will ever forget what they saw ten years ago when two planes collided with the World Trade Center causing both towers to collapse. But there are other pictures and video from that time that have never become public…. until now.
American Airlines is buying at least 460 new planes over the next five years in what it calls the biggest airline order in history, and that could have a positive affect on travel and daily operations at Miami International Airport, where the airlines has one of its main hubs.
For the first time in the country, the CBS4 I-Team uncovers the true number of air traffic controllers making mistakes due to “fatigue,” and reveals a confidential FAA report on fatigue.
The future of mass transportation. Here. Today. The Miami Intermodal Center cost more than a billion dollars and was three decades in the making.
Yet another near collision on a runway was reported in South Florida, coming less than a day after an exclusive CBS4 investigation into close calls in our skies and on our airport runways.
The CBS4 I-Team has learned that only hours after our I-Team investigation aired, it happened again. This time it happened at Miami International Airport.
This latest close call involved a twin engine turboprop and a Boeing 757. Sources tell the CBS4 I-Team that around 10 a.m. Tuesday, an American Eagle Airlines AT-72 made a wrong turn onto runway 26 L. At the same time the 757, operated by UPS, was being cleared for take off, doing 50 knots down the very same runway 26L–headed straight for the turboprop when air traffic controllers intervened and stopped both planes.