Travelers heading out this weekend to start the holidays face some cancellations and flight delays as conditions improve following a Midwest blizzard.
The number of Americans hitting the road this Thanksgiving is expected to increase slightly from a year ago. But they’ll take shorter trips to save on gas and other costs as household budgets remain tight.
As a part of the 4th of July “No Refusal” Weekend, anyone suspected of driving or boating while intoxicated, and who refuses to submit to a breathalyzer test, will have a search warrant issued against them for police to take a blood specimen.
This year July Fourth is on a Wednesday, and that has created a dilemma for some folks — how long to go away, if at all.
An industry group expects 7.5 million Texans will hit the road for the end-of-the-year holidays.
Planning your Memorial Day weekend getaway? Check out these these tips for a safe — and stress-free — journey.
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