Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
Katie Jerzabek took a bit longer than she’d planned after dropping off her friend at DFW Airport, Wednesday. After all, how could she ignore hundreds of people marching in racetrack pattern, holding signs and chanting, “Its not fair! Its not fair!” in front of Terminal D?
DFW Airport police have used GPS technology to trace stolen iPads, cell phones and other devices to a TSA employee and a third-party company staffter who cleans airplanes after they land.
The no-frills carrier Spirit Airlines Inc. says it plans to start offering daily, nonstop flights from Denver to its four largest bases starting May 3.
A man who ran onto the Airport Operations Area at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport was arrested without incident Monday, an airport spokesman said.
North Texas woke up soaked on Wednesday. Record-setting rainfall moved in overnight and continued well into the morning and afternoon, prompting flooded lakes and creeks.
The attorney for the 65-year-old woman who brought a gun through security in her carry-on Wednesday says it was all a mistake.
A 65-year-old woman was taken into custody after she made it through a DFW Airport security checkpoint and onto a Houston-bound jet with a handgun.
Olivia Silva-Gonzales is still struggling to comprehend the sudden loss of her husband in a New Year’s Day crash that police suspect was caused by two carloads of teenagers street racing.
For many, a new year comes with a promise of a fresh start. For some business owners, an influx of new faces is a reason for a promising 12 months. Meanwhile, educators and experts take a more nuanced look at how global and national matters affect local economic trends.
The North Texas Tollway Authority opened a new segment of the President George Bush Turnpike in Garland Wednesday, connecting the tollway to Interstate 30.
American Eagle has announced plans to stop flying turboprop planes from its main hub in North Texas and will switch to regional jets.
Heartfelt hugs and endearing smiles filled Terminal D at DFW International Airport Monday evening as droves of residents welcomed home 240 service members for the holidays.