Southwest Airlines Computer Meltdown

Southwest Airlines is still investigating what triggered a computer glitch that caused major flight delays.
1:48 | 10/12/15

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Good morning every tonight and I'm going to get to the top stories on this Monday October while. Southwest Airlines has warned passengers today to bring out their boarding pass as we get to the airport at least two hours before departure. America's fourth largest airlines says it still doesn't know what caused yesterday's computer glitch. I triggered hundreds of flight delays across the country southwest. Sports reversed in the old ways of doing things issuing handwritten tickets to thousands of passengers. Vice president Joseph Biden is expected to decide this week whether held on for president. Fighters dodged questions during his grandson football game over the weekend sources say fine and would not make it announcement. Or at least. Until after the first democratic debate senator. Tomorrow night in lost against. LA infielder Chase Utley has been bad for games three. Aftermath. Playoffs that's following Saturday night's takeout slide that broke right leg of New York Mets shortstop Ruben Tejada. Utley will appeals Major League baseball's ruling and that Gil is expected to be heard before tonight's game plan. Umpires ruled the plate legal during the day. And that pumpkin grower in Rhode Island has outdone himself rod Wallace. He's put up public at least more than one time. 2230. Pounds act. 224 inches around and more than 200 pounds heavier than its previous world record of pump fifteen years ago. Wallace has no plans to carpet with Jack Kennedy says the ghost of conduct which apply. Instrument approach week. Just imagine how much beer and occupies a different kind of that. What can you over can expect help work on. A more news any time at abcnews.com. I'm Kenneth Gibson Tammy and I didn't thanks for watching.

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