In Lyft’s first-ever safety report published on Thursday, the rideshare app revealed that it received over 4,100 reports of sexual assault from 2017 through 2019.
Royal Caribbean is planning to take cruise lovers on a voyage around the world in one go, starting Dec. 2023.
This news comes as many airlines and businesses require their staff to become vaccinated against COVID-19.
49% of U.S. consumers say they would travel into space if money wasn’t an issue, a ValuePenguin survey found
Southwest still plans on granting 'valid' requests
"Preliminary info describes a motorcycle rider was off left and a vehicle or vehicles were blocking the HOV lane when another vehicle collided with them. The collision resulted in those vehicles erupting in flames," said the Department of Public Safety.
Pima County Sheriff's deputies are investigating a report of a downed airplane near Arivaca on Sunday night. Not many details are available.
The State of Florida hopes to launch its digital driver's licenses next month, an initiative it has been working on for years.
A spokesperson for American Airlines told Fox News that the plane was experiencing a mechanical issue.
Four people are hurt after an Amtrak train that left Fort Worth crashed into a semi in Oklahoma.
More weapons are being found in luggages TSA agents at airports around the country, and Sky Harbor ranks among the top airports in the U.S. in terms of gun catches. FOX 10's Matt Galka reports.
The White House is expected to announce fully vaccinated international travelers who are foreign nationals will be allowed into the united states starting Nov. 8.
Bali reopened for some international travelers for the first time in over a year. They must have proof of vaccination, test negative and quarantine.
The U.S. is beginning to open up to more international travelers for nonessential travel once again as the COVID-19 pandemic seemingly eases up as more Americans are getting vaccinated.
Transportation Security Administration officers stopped 4,495 passengers from taking their firearms onto fights, breaking the previous record of 4,432 firearms found for the entire calendar year of 2019.
The Boeing Co. has told employees they must be vaccinated against COVID-19 or possibly be fired.
While Oct. 12 marked another day of flight disruptions for Southwest Airlines, there has been a bit of an improvement over the weekend. FOX 10's Ellen McNamara reports.
The airline released a statement on Oct. 12 telling travelers that operations would be “more normal” after more than 2,400 flights were canceled in the previous three days.
Southwest Airlines says it will go against Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s latest executive order and instead comply with President Joe Biden’s mandate requiring employees to be vaccinated.
Southwest Airlines canceled hundreds of more flights on Monday following a weekend of chaos and disruptions.