Comments By "Impatient" Passenger Shuts Down Houston AirportHouston police have detained what they call an "impatient" passenger at Bush Intercontinental Airport whose comments about explosives prompted the shutdown of an airport terminal.
Officer Fired After Dragging Passenger Sues United AirlinesAn aviation security officer fired after forcibly dragging a passenger from a plane last year has filed a lawsuit against United Airlines and the city of Chicago.
Mutiny On Greyhound Bus To Dallas As Driver Was Falling AsleepTerrified passengers say their driver was falling asleep and it led to a confrontation caught on video.
United Apologizes To Passenger Who Says US Rep Took Her SeatUnited Airlines has apologized and given a $500 travel voucher to a passenger who accused the airline of giving her first-class seat to U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, a Houston Democrat.
United Pledges To Review Policies On Removal Of PassengersIn his most contrite apology yet, Oscar Munoz said Tuesday that no one should be mistreated that way. He described the removal by airport police as "truly horrific."
NTTA To Limit Lane And Road Closures Until New YearConstruction on the Dallas North Tollway has often tested even the most patient drivers.
New Female-Only Ride Share App May Launch In DallasThe butt of jokes for years, many passengers may actually prefer female drivers.
American Airlines Flight Diverted For Non-Compliant PassengerAn American Airlines flight leaving from Chicago on its way to London Heathrow Airport made an unscheduled stop in Gander, Newfoundland after a passenger became non-compliant with flight crews.
AA Flight Makes Emergency LandingAmerican Airlines flight 1943 en route from Dallas (DFW) to Seattle had to make an emergency landing Saturday afternoon in Salt Lake City.
Texas-Oklahoma Passenger Rail DiscussedTransportation officials are studying the feasibility of adding high speed passenger rail service to alleviate road congestion along an 850-mile corridor extending from Oklahoma City into South Texas.
Judge Rules In January DART iPod Train DeathIt's been almost three months since a south Dallas teen was shoved in front of a DART train killed, apparently for his iPod. All of the victim’s accused attackers were juveniles, and Friday one of them appeared at a hearing to see if he should be tried as an adult.
Some Caribbean-Bound Airplanes Don’t Have Life RaftsA CBS 11 News Investigation raises troubling questions about whether all planes are equipped to make an emergency landing. CBS 11 learned that some flights to the Caribbean don't have life rafts on board.