After 2019 Grounding, American Airlines Looks To Get 737 Max Jets Back In the Air By DecemberThey were grounded after two deadly crashes that took the lives of every passenger and crew member onboard, now Fort Worth-based American Airlines is planning to return the Boeing 737 Max to service.
Pedestrian Deaths In US Hit Highest Level In 30 YearsIf you walk outdoors for exercise or to get to a business, you're facing increasing danger from distracted drivers.
Southwest Airlines Joins The Pack, Delays 737 Max Return Until At Least JuneSouthwest Airlines has given notice that they are delaying putting Boeing 737 Max back on their schedule until at least early June.
American Airlines Delays Putting 737 Max Jets Back In The Air Until JuneAmerican Airlines announced that is extending cancellations of flights on Boeing 737 Max jets until at least June.
'Continued Uncertainty' Has Southwest, American Airlines Pushing Back Return Of Boeing 737 Max AgainThe airlines are monitoring information from Boeing and the FAA about software improvements and pilot-training that will be part of returning the plane to flight.
Police Investigating 3 Deadly Auto Accidents Across North TexasOne late night and two early morning auto accidents, across the Metroplex, end with three deaths.
TxDOT: Deadly Distracted Driving Crashes Up 20 Percent In Dallas CountyDistracted driving kills an average of nine people and injures 1,000 each day, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
TxDOT Wants Drivers To End 18-Year Streak Of Daily Deadly CrashesTxDOT is asking people to share personal stories of loved ones lost in car crashes on their social media pages using photo and video testimonials with the hashtag, #EndTheStreakTX.
Victims In Deadly Collin County Chain-Reaction Crash IdentifiedFour people were killed Tuesday and another nine injured after a chain of car crashes along State Highway 121 near County Road 528 in northern Collin County.
Study Lists States Where Drivers Are Most DangerousYour holiday road trip is underway. You’ve already navigated the overcrowded I-35 corridor from Dallas to Austin. But it’s not time to breathe a sigh of relief, or even believe that you’re safe.