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Southwest Airlines Takes Off For Myrtle Beach, S.C, Beginning May 23; Fares As Low...

"We continue to tailor our schedule with added flights to address closer-in demand for leisure destinations while making foundational additions to our map that position our network for the future," Andrew Watterson, Southwest Airlines...

Low expections in Mexico as US election approaches | WGN Radio 720

MEXICO CITY (AP) — A week before U.S. elections, expectations and attention are unusually low in a foreign country that may have more at stake than any other. Many Mexicans would be glad to...

With no fans, Bears feeling at home on the road

Bears coach Matt Nagy noticed a home-field disadvantage last week at Soldier Field. The Giants drove from their 5-yard line late in the third quarter inside the Bears 5 early in the...

Bulls Talk Podcast: Does Zach Lavine want out of Chicago?

Kyrie Irving is stepping up for WNBA players who chose to opt out of the league's shortened, "bubbled" 2020 season amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Monday morning, The...

One-year-old boy shot dead in car seat on way to laundromat with mom

A BABY boy was fatally shot in the chest while on a trip home from a Chicago laundromat with his mom. The child’s mother, 22, drove him to St. Bernard Hospital where the 20-month-old was...

How coronavirus pandemic will change grocery shopping forever

The salad bar, the soup bar, the olive bar. The free samples. The leisurely time spent strolling through the produce section, touching avocados to check whether they’re fresh. All of that’s vanished during...

How college football turned me into a lifelong traveler

(CNN) — No one element of my life has required such consistent spontaneity (and solvency) as the College Football Bowl schedule.The appeal is sometimes a mystery. There's the annual displeasure, every December, of not...

Holland America Zaandam cruise: Munster couple stuck aboard cruise ship where 4 passengers died

Holland America is working to get healthy passengers of a cruise ship after four people died on board.The ship left Argentina on March 7 and hasn't been allowed to dock to let off...

Limberger sees untapped potential at Peru airport

Peter Limberger’s not the first person with some new ideas for the Peru airport.In 1931, Herman Hamer and David Kuhne of Peru, with help from mechanic Julius Corsolini, launched La Salle Peru Airways, offering...

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