When the COVID-19 pandemic ravaged the U.S. airline industry, the biggest operators furloughed employees in an effort to stop financial bleeding. But now that passengers are flying again, the airlines are struggling to get crew members re-trained in time to keep up.
If There's So Much Demand To Fly, Why Is American Canceling Flights?
American Airlines canceled hundreds of flights as it struggles to operate flights with limited crew. But demand is nearing pre-pandemic levels.
Biden administration awards $1.4B to improve rail safety in 35 states
Projects include track upgrades and bridge repairs, improving connectivity among railways, and making routes less vulnerable to extreme weather.
'We feel forgotten': Vermont flood victims navigate lengthy recovery
One resident told Scripps News her home needs $200,000 in repairs but insurance will only cover a portion, leaving her feeling hopeless.
Buttigieg defends effort to fix ailing bridges across the country
The secretary of transportation responds to a Scripps News investigation that found 14,000 bridges across the U.S. left in disrepair.
O'Reilly Auto Parts employee accused of killing shoplifter
An employee is accused of strangling a person at a Kansas store who was allegedly shoplifting.
Elementary school teacher accused of shooting wife, killing stepson
The incident in Kansas City, Missouri, began with an argument when the schoolteacher's wife caught him texting another woman.
South Korea parades weapons in its biggest Armed Forces Day in years
About 4,000 South Korean troops marched alongside tanks, artillery systems, drones and ballistic missiles capable of striking North Korea.