The Fort Worth Alliance Air Show drew a crowd of 45,000 people this weekend.
The governor of the Mexican state of Chihuahua says a test has detected alcohol in the breath of a driver of an out-of-control monster truck that crashed into a crowd of spectators at an air show Saturday, killing eight people and hurting 79.
Federal budget cuts meant the Navy’s Blue Angels had to scrap their 2013 season, including the scheduled performance at the Fort Worth Alliance Air Show. But on Tuesday, Alliance Air Services President Tom Harris proclaimed, “We are here today to officially announce that the show will go on!”
FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – If you saw a Blue Angel jet in the skies above Fort Worth this afternoon don’ t expect a show just yet. But it’s coming. Tom Harris is the President at […]
It could be days or even weeks before we know what caused the crash of a vintage military jet at an Iowa air show last weekend that took the life of a Frisco man.
Authorities have identified the pilot who was killed when his plane crashed during an air show in eastern Iowa.
When Craig Salerno, a 50-year-old Texan, went missing after attending the Reno air races with friends, his wife didn’t need DNA testing to confirm her worst fears.