Blizzard warnings are in effect today from Nebraska to Minnesota, as heavy snow and strong winds bring whiteout conditions to the Plains and Midwest. It's creating a lot of problems, but this storm sure is beautiful on satellite. #mnwx #wiwx #iawx pic.twitter.com/IoXiagcuvI — NWS Twin Cities
The blizzard-like conditions across the Midwest led to car crashes and canceled flights at airports including Denver International Airport, which was hit with the biggest snow of the season.
$100,000 death benefits during the shutdown. And next to the major winter storm at this hour. The blizzard warning from Colorado to Minnesota, and tornado watch issued for parts of Texas, Oklahoma, a. Denver's airport, de-icing planes. Here's Adrienne Bankert. Reporter: Get ready. A new round of
A winter storm is beginning to intensify and snow is expected to expand into parts of the central and northern Plains on Sunday morning. Another round of blizzard warnings were issued by the National Weather Service Sunday morning. The blizzard warnings now stretch from eastern Colorado to southern
After a midnight flight across a time zone, the Jazz blew their biggest lead of the season. Following wacky plane trouble, the Bulls were blown out. The Magic faced travel issues thanks to inclement weather, then ate a loss hours later. And one head coach had the audacity to utter the following
Some of America's busiest highways are bumper-to-bumper, while airports are packed with travelers.
Tour a Boeing 747 jumbo jet at Denver International Airport as United Airlines prepares to retire the iconic aircraft from its fleet.
Monday is predicted to be one of the busiest travel days of 2017 as millions of people flock to the 14 states across the United States in the path of the total solar eclipse . In South Carolina, the last state on the eclipse's path, hotel occupancy along the path could be doubled compared to what
Aug. 21 is turning into one of the biggest travel days of the year with millions of Americans flocking to the 14 states on the path of the eclipse, but experts warn to watch out for scams.
The mother of an infant who overheated during a tarmac delay in Denver last month says she feared for her son's life. Emily France told ABC News' " Good Morning America " in an exclusive interview that aired Thursday that she and her 4-month-old baby, Owen, boarded the flight at Denver