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Allegiant adds nonstop service to Nashville


Meeting the needs of the airport's growing pains


Visit South Walton helps promote new American Airline flights


1-10 closed due to ice


Design approved for airport addition


Busy holiday travel season ahead


Local potential impact of Atlanta airport power outage


Airport traffic up in September


Delta allowing change of reservations/ticketing


Houston airports closed due to Harvey, local flights cancelled


Is the "off season" a thing of the past?


Operation Southern Shield aims to reduce injury crashes on the roadways


Florida flies up to new transportation ranking


Holiday travel up at Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport


Airport traffic numbers up 8 percent in May


Record travel numbers expected this Memorial Day weekend


Washington County Clerk of Court hosts passport fair


Delta offering compensation following last week's flight interruptions


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North Korea says it has suspended nuclear and missile testing

North Korea has "reached the target stage, where the nation and people's safety is reliably secured," said the country's leader, Kim Jong Un.

Kentucky woman last seen walking her dog still missing 22 years later

Alyne J. Lawrence Barrick was last seen at 2:30 p.m. on April 12, 1996 near Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky walking her dog. Her family has not heard from her since.

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens charged with another felony

Greitens' charge piles on political woes for the incumbent governor who is already under pressure for an alleged extramarital affair.

N. Korea nuke test halt could be ruse, but a sign Pyongyang serious about talks

U.S. negotiators from the Clinton and George W. Bush administrations have been fooled before by North Korean promises before.

Temple suspends frat in sexual assault investigation

Alpha Epsilon Pi is under investigation after "multiple credible reports" alleging underage drinking and sexual misconduct, the university says.