Norfolk Southern sued by widow of conductor trainee killed in Alabama railway accident
The lawsuit adds to Norfolk Southern's mounting legal troubles.
Shoe shine business finds new location following MSP closure
For more than 40 years, Rosemary Zeno has brought new life to old shoes, and now she is doing the same thing to the business she inherited when her father died back in 2008 - just in a new location.
CSX train derails in West Virginia after hitting rockslide, injuring 3
No hazardous materials were being transported and there was no danger to the public, CSX said.
Watch: Ceiling panel falls, narrowly misses Massachusetts subway rider inside station
It's estimated the piece weighed approximately 25 pounds.
New ‘dashboard’ launches, reveals which airlines let families sit together fee-free
According to the Department of Transportation, a parent who purchases airline tickets for a family should receive a guarantee from the airline that it will seat the parent and child together.
MSP Airport named North America's best airport
MSP was named the nation's best airport for the second year in a row.
No ride for NiceRice: Lyft suspending bike rental service in Minneapolis
After losing a key sponsor, Lyft says it is suspending its Nice Ride bike and scooter rental program in Minneapolis.
Ohio senators introduce rail safety bill after train derailment
The bipartisan legislation would subject all trains carrying hazardous materials to additional safety regulations and state notification requirements, and increase penalties for violations.
MnDOT launches greater Minnesota trip planner for public transit
The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) has launched a multimodal trip planner for rural Minnesota.
MSP Airport gets $10 million for renovations at Terminal 1
The FAA is sending $10 million to the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport to help pay for improvements to a section of Concourse G in Terminal 1.
Departures will build back up at MSP Airport after storm
While about 30% of outgoing flights and 20% of incoming flights have been canceled as of Thursday morning, some flights are getting out on one runway. Departures are expected to build back up later in the day.
Hundreds of flights canceled at MSP Airport
After hundreds of cancellations at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport on Wednesday, another 200 flights have already been canceled on Thursday as of 6 a.m.
MSP Airport empty during Minnesota snowstorm
A look inside a very empty, very quiet MSP Airport during a snowstorm set to dump a heavy overnight snowfall in Minneapolis.
MSP Airport flight cancellations nearing 400 so far
Hundreds of flights have been canceled at MSP Airport due to the winter storm.
Train derailments have declined in recent years, but they’re not uncommon, US data shows
Federal U.S. data shows there were 1,087 train derailments in 2021 — which averages to just under three each day. Most are ordinary and don't cause any major problems.
MSP Airport has new voices to welcome, inform travelers
The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) has announced the newest set of voices that will both welcome and inform travelers via its intercom system throughout the next year.
Voices of MSP audition tapes
The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) has announced the newest set of voices that will both welcome and inform travelers via its intercom system throughout the next year. Here's an inside look at some of the recording process.
Minneapolis to Edmonton flights start in June on WestJet
Starting in June, MSP will add a direct flight to Edmonton, Canada on WestJet.
TSA stops 2 guns in one day at MSP, reflecting troubling trend
Last Tuesday, a TSA officer stopped two loaded guns in separate incidents at MSP, an occurrence that is part of a growing national trend.
Southwest Airlines exec offers up explanation for Christmas meltdown
Chief operating officer Andrew Watterson said it 'struggled to keep the operation moving' at 'key airports.'