Displaying items 85-96 of 112 » View wsbt.com items only< Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next >
South Florida Sun-SentinelWhen taxi driver Jose Arruda fuels his 2007 Chevy in this city of skyscrapers and slums, he doesn't buy gas. He buys ethanol, a plant-based fuel that is cheaper, eco-friendly and better for his engine. "With ethanol, I pocket more money for my family,"...
South Florida Sun-SentinelAircraft used to manage water supplies from Orlando to the Keys also give rides to high-ranking public officials, flying at taxpayer expense. Trips by the South Florida Water Management District's governing board include flights with only one passenger,...
Tags: Orlando, Politics, Executive Branch, Defense, U.S. Army
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWho knew? Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport is the second-most-satisfying large airport in the nation. So says a J.D. Power and Associates study of North American airports released Tuesday. Philadelphia was No. 1 overall among large airports. LAX,...
South Florida Sun-SentinelAmong the army of security people assigned to protect the presidential inauguration this Tuesday will be 18 transportation security officers from South Florida's major airports. Those include five officers from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International...
Special to Tribune Newspapers252Warm trade winds sweeping over the rippling, turquoise sea. Quaint, mountain-backed chateaux that scream, albeit artificially, "Sound of Music" set. A dramatic, fountain-lined walkway inspired by Spain's Alhambra Gardens. While you might not don faux...
Sentinel Staff WriterWith one record year behind them and another close at hand, Orlando International Airport officials have reason to rejoice. But even as more passengers stream into the state's busiest airport, the fate of a long-awaited expansion remains uncertain....
Like Alice in snorkeland, a visitor to the barrier reef of the Florida Keys finds herself enthralled.Orlando SentinelOur small boat bobs like a rubber duck in a bathtub of frolicking 2-year-olds, the red-and-white "diver down" flag snapping like the pop of fingers to an up-tempo beat. On the deck, I hang onto a handrail and look down at the rolling Atlantic Ocean....
ALITTLE news for the many Jamal Lewis fans -- of whom I am one -- who think the Baltimore Ravens' great running back is a victim of an overzealous federal prosecutor reaching too far to make a case out of the word "Yeah," uttered during a cellular...
Tags: Jamal Lewis, Sports, Minority Groups, Super Bowl, Ronald Reagan
Los Angeles TimesRight now, somewhere in the bowels of the Minneapolis airport, there's probably a worker or two doing some last-minute tinkering with the new passenger tram that's supposed to glide on air beginning late in April. In San Francisco, the tracks and...
Staff WritersThe four hurricanes that pummeled the rest of Florida hardly brushed Miami-Dade County. Only Hurricane Frances was a factor there -- packing the punch of a bad thunderstorm. Local officials described the damage as minimal. Yet more than 19,500 Miami-Dade...
South Florida Sun-Sentinel Miami BureauThe Federal Aviation Administration and an airport security company are investigating how a Chinese chef apparently got meat cleaver-like cooking utensils onto a Miami-to-Chicago flight. Ming Sung Mok, 76, was released from jail Tuesday night on his...
Feb 4, 2008 |Story| South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Jan 13, 2008 |Story| South Florida Sun-Sentinel
May 23, 2008 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Jan 15, 2009 |Story| South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Mar 1, 2009 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Sep 5, 2005 |Story| Orlando Sentinel
Dec 8, 2008 |Blog| Sun-Sentinel
Oct 5, 2003 |Story| Orlando Sentinel
Mar 4, 2004 |Column| Baltimore Sun
Apr 17, 2001 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Oct 10, 2004 |Story| South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Nov 15, 2001 |Story| South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Original site for Miami International Airport topic gallery.