The U.S. airline industry is almost grounded due to COVID 19.
A company that manages restaurants at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport has laid off 156 permanent employees, according to the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED).
A 28-year-old doctor from Pakistan, who formerly worked at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, has been federally charged with attempting to provide material to support the terrorist group ISIS.
Twin Cities commercial janitors have approved a new contract that gives them a $2.20 wage increase, more paid sick days, reduced cost health insurance and the addition of sexual harassment policies in their contracts.
If you were trying to cancel your flight at MSP Airport on Friday, you likely ran into some roadblocks.
A big construction project along Highway 5 will cause traffic delays around Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport from April to October.
An electrician who worked for the Metropolitan Airports Commission was charged with stealing thousands of dollars worth of copper wire for five years, the Hennepin County Attorney's Office announced Tuesday.
Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport was named one of the best airports in North America for the fourth year in a row, according to the Airports Council International.
The threat of the coronavirus is starting to hit the travel industry. Airlines are getting nervous because travelers are getting nervous and that has airlines, including Delta, trying to offer customers peace of mind.
Troopers blocked most traffic lanes headed westbound on I-494 westbound near MSP Airport for a crash Wednesday night.
The University of Minnesota says the two people who are self-quarantined after coming into contact with a person who tested positive for COVID-19 are students.
State health officials have instructed two passengers who arrived at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International on a flight from Europe Tuesday afternoon to self-quarantine for two weeks because they encountered a person confirmed to have the new coronavirus while abroad.
Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport hit 50 degrees Sunday for the first time in 127 days.
Delta Airlines announced it will suspend service between Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and Seoul, South Korea from Feb. 29 to April 30 due to global health concerns related to coronavirus.
Before travelers take off, officials are sharing a few helpful tips to keep things running smoothly.
From MSP Airport, to Metro Transit and all the roads across southern Minnesota, some snowy conditions lead to delays Monday.
The airport continued to operate two runways by continuously plowing them throughout the snowfall Monday.
The coronavirus has halted all travel in the Chinese city of Wuhan and led to airport screening procedures in LA, New York, Atlanta and San Francisco.
Delta announced Wednesday the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is one of eight locations across the country where pet owners can now book their pet a flight in a new pet travel carrier called the “CarePod.”
Clear runways, a blue sky - it’s the perfect day to fly. But that’s about to change. Snow is on the way and lots of it. About 6-10 inches is expected to hit much of Minnesota.