Topic: Marilee McInnis
The main airport remains closed a day after being hit by a tornado that blew out windows and smashed nearby houses.
In May, the FAA issued regulations requiring far more detailed inspections of Boeing fuselages like the one that developed a hole Monday.
Southwest Airlines has inspected all its 737-300 jets and found no problems. Fuselage damage of the sort that forced Flight 2294 to make an emergency landing Monday is very rare.