"Somebody please help me, please," said the father of the nine-year-old boy who sneaked a plane to Las Vegas last week and made national headlines. SEE ALSO: Boy bypasses Minneapolis Airport Security, boards plane to Las VegasShielded by a black hoodie and a baseball cap, the father tearfully explai ... More >>
-- Updated with statements from the airport and TSA --Airline officials are investigating how a nine-year-old boy bypassed security at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, apparently without a ticket, and boarded a Delta flight to Las Vegas. SEE ALSO: Mpls runaway girls planned to travel ... More >>
Surdyk's Flight received the "Best New Foods and Beverage Concept" award from the Airports Council International-North America. The organization released its Excellence in Airport Concessions contest results earlier this week.
KSTPTwo of the vehicles involved in a four-car pile-up this morning.A passenger was killed this morning after a catastrophic four-car crash on Highway 5 near the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport. Initial reports indicate that a Chevy Suburban traveling southbound actually crossed the median and ... More >>
photo from FacebookControversy surrounds this historic farm. It is a strange sight: a picturesque 60-acre farm at the end of a Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport runway in Bloomington, near the Mall of America. On a bluff overlooking the Minnesota river, with pastures and barns, sheep and ... More >>
Screen shot via Fox9Something smells fishyAs if the roar of passenger jets on final approach to the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport were not insult enough, folks living and playing near Lake Nokomis got another kick in the shins this weekend: The rankness of hundreds of dead carp i ... More >>
Photo by spotterjohnsenWe can only imagine the horror of being a kid in an airport without your family. You're forced to take your shoes and jacket off, TSA asks you crazy questions, and you have to stand in those body scanners while strangers in a back room check out your bod. To make matters w ... More >>
Airports have been racking up food safety violations. Watch the grab-and-go sandwiches, people.
Singapore Airlines and the Dubai-based Emirates rank tops for airline food according to a new Zagat poll.
Well, if there's any flock of birds worth sucking into an engine and spitting out into little shreds, we vote pigeons.
One of the pilots said they were not asleep and no argument took place. So seriously guys... What happened?
The pilots violated company policy by using personal laptops in the cockpit while in a conversation about the new crew flight scheduling system, NTSB says.
The Airbus A320 apparently overshot the airport by 100 miles and had to circle back to land after temporarily losing radio contact with air-traffic controllers.
ExpressJet Holdings made a public apology Thursday to the passengers that were forced to stay on a plane for six hours on the tarmac with no food, overflowing toilets, and crying babies.
Minnesota Rep. Jim Oberstar says that legislation stalled in the U.S. Senate would've helped the airline passengers that were stuck on the Rochester tarmac for six hours in horrid conditions.
After passengers on a Continental Airlines flight to the Minneapolis-St. Paul International airport were stuck on the tarmac for six hours, the U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood is asking the airline to answer some questions.
The plane was rerouted to the Rochester airport due to bad weather and the 47 passengers were forced to stay on the place for nine hours with no food, one free beverage and overflowing toilets.
If you see smoke billowing from a plane sitting a Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport runway Tuesday morning, please refrain from resorting to pure panic mode. The airport will be conducting a plane crash drill.
Make sure you know the post office locations that will be OK with your terrible stalling habit unless you want to give the government some more of your dough.
Monday's five most fascinating stories printed on wood pulp.
The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport received top honors from a recent survey ranking. The airport ranked top North American airport and No. 3 in the world among airports of its size.
If you will be traveling by air this afternoon or evening, make sure to call ahead to the airline you are flying with to make sure your flight isn't delayed or canceled.
A kind reminder that today is President's Day. Here's a handy guide for what is open and closed in the Twin Cities.
The animal rights group gives French Meadow the thumbs up.
An even larger lineup of movies is featured this year
Thirty movies. Nine days. A cultural odyssey.
Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival
Can rep cinema's old-time religion be resurrected in the soulless Netflix age?
Twin Cities indie filmmaker James Vculek will be in the Lone Star state this weekend for a screening of his film Two Harbors at the Austin Film Festival. The movie deals with the evergreen issues of interpersonal communication and extraterrestrial contact, and debuted at last year's Minneapolis-St. ... More >>
This week's City Pages cover story is all about how Northwest Airlines is looking to both outsource well-paid, highly skilled maintenance jobs and to strengthen its near-lock on Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. One of the questions posed in the story, "When Pigs Fly," is whether the airli ... More >>
*Rock critic and CP contributor Greil Marcus reads from his latest book, Like a Rolling Stone, at Bound to be Read in St. Paul tonight. *The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival continues all weekend, with 18 films playing throughout the Twin Cites. *And R&B/ hip-hop duo (featuring Princ ... More >>
*The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival continues tonight, with The World and A Tout De Suite. *New York five-piece the Bravery, who have been hailed "the next big thing" by Rolling Stone, The Village Voice, and umpteen others play at Whole Music Club. (Hint: If you're looking for this ... More >>
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