Topic: Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport

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  • In Pictures Presidential transport

    The bus used by President Obama to travel around Minnesota, Iowa, and Illinois is parked on the tarmac of Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport on Aug. 15.

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  • Pilot's alcohol arrest highlights drunk pilot problem (+video)

    Pilot's alcohol arrest: An American Eagle pilot had a blood-alcohol level of twice the legal limit. Police arrested the pilot before flight from Minneapolis to New York City in January.

  • 1,000 flights canceled due to major Midwest snowstorm

    1,000 flights canceled in midwestern US on Tuesday. Another major winter snowstorm has resulted in more than 1,000 flights canceled in Chicago and Minneapolis.

  • Pilot arrested after flunking blood-alcohol test

    Pilot arrested after blood-alcohol test: An American Eagle pilot failed a blood alcohol test in Minneapolis. About 10,000 pilots are given a drug and alcohol test annually. Federal rules prohibit pilots from flying within eight hours of drinking or having a blood-alcohol level of 0.04 percent or higher,

  • FBI Most Wanted: Bin Laden replaced by child porn suspect

    FBI Most Wanted: No. 1 on the Top 10 FBI Most Wanted list is now Eric Toth, a former third-grade teacher in Washington, D.C. The FBI is offering $100,000 for information leading to Toth's arrest.

  • In Pictures Presidential transport

    The bus used by President Obama to travel around Minnesota, Iowa, and Illinois is parked on the tarmac of Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport on Aug. 15.

  • For grateful Thanksgiving travelers, a happy refrain: it could have been worse

    For grateful Thanksgiving travelers, a happy refrain: it could have been worse

    On Thanksgiving eve, bad weather dodged most airports, while air travelers rolled with the TSA searches. On the roads, congestion prevailed, but the most dire predictions weren't realized.

  • In Pictures Airport security

    A Transportation Security Agency (TSA) worker conducts a pat-down search of a traveler at Denver International Airport, the day before the Thanksgiving holiday, in Denver, Colo., on Nov. 24. Millions of Americans took to the skies on Wednesday for the start of the Thanksgiving holiday, but air travel flowed smoothly despite protests over new security procedures, including calls for passengers to boycott high-tech body scanners.