In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, travel in the Northeast creaked back into motion on Wednesday. Read more »
orm Sandy grounded more than 18,000 flights across the Northeast and the globe, and it will take days before travel gets back to normal. Read more »
Travelers stuck in airports around the nation may have missed the rain from Hurricane Sandy, but they didn't escape its wrath. Read more »
From the lowest lying areas of the Jersey shore, where residents were already being encouraged to leave, to the state's northern highlands, where sandbags were being filled and cars moved into... Read more »
From Latin America to New Hampshire: Airlines ask fliers to reschedule due to developing 'Frankenstorm'
Some U.S. airlines are giving travelers a way out if they want to scrap their plans due to Hurricane Sandy. Read more »
Blue Ridge beauty: Fall color sweeps gradually from mountaintops to valleys along the Appalachian crest
There are far faster ways to zoom from Virginia to western North Carolina, but none with more eye-pleasing autumn scenery — and a certain sense of leisurely escape from the everyday world... Read more »
Box by box they arrived, the once glittering costumes of Broadway legends and theatre memorabilia, now dirty, tattered and forgotten. There were painstakingly hand-beaded bodices and garments worn... Read more »
Just before holiday travel season, John Butler, an aviation blogger spread the word of vulnerability in the Transportation Security Administration's pre-screening system. Read more »
For Utah, there were 116 pedestrian-vehicle deaths from 2008-10. As for teens (ages 13 to 19), there was one death, and in 2011 it increased to five auto-pedestrian deaths. Read more »
Google and its street-view cameras already have taken users to narrow cobblestone alleys in Spain using a tricycle, inside the Smithsonian with a push cart and to British Columbia's snow-covered... Read more »
A looping trip west out of Vancouver, British Columbia, means a lot of water and mountains that get in the way. But the Canadians have tamed their pockmarked geography with winding roads, deep... Read more »
Get directions to five of Utah's most mysterious ghost towns. Learn the history of these stunning relics and get the details you need to plan an adventure of your own. Read more »
Hotels are following the lead of airlines and are charging more hidden fees to their customers. Read more »
While many small towns across the country may be struggling to keep their downtowns afloat, Pontiac and a string of other Illinois communities scattered along the famed Route 66 are enjoying... Read more »
Murals pay homage to U.S. Route 66 which ran from Chicago to Los Angeles and right through the heart of Needles before it was retired from the federal highway system in 1985. Read more »
Construction and testing on the FrontRunner South commuter rail line is moving ahead faster than anticipated, according to the Utah Transit Authority. Read more »
"Best Hikes Near Salt Lake City" is a new book detailing hikes located from Provo to Ogden, and it's perfect for both locals and those stopping through the area. Read more »
Camping is a fun summer pastime for families everywhere. As part of our 12 in 2012 travel challenges, we decided it was time to take our two young children camping. Since I have never camped before... Read more »
A business named Drive-a-Tank offers drivers the chance to pilot surplus military tanks and other armored vehicles around an old limestone quarry and smash junk cars like an action movie hero. Read more »
About a million people tour the Biltmore estate every year. It's known for its magnificent house, the largest private residence in the United States — a four-acre footprint, 250 rooms —... Read more »
SALT LAKE CITY — Seat belts dramatically increase a person's chance of surviving a crash. While mandatory in all cars, they are not often seen in buses. A Utah company hopes to change that. Park City-based All Resort... Read more »
Children and adults will have the opportunity to learn more about geosciences at Capitol Reef National Park during Earth Science Week on Oct. 18-20. Read more »
The trick of Disneyland is to make even the mundane seem worthy of a personal parade. Read more »
The new "Cars Land" park that opened June 15 in the California Adventure side of Disneyland offers a trip into the fictional town of Radiator Springs and a couple of thrills on the side. Read more »
The Utah Transit Authority's 27-year tradition of offering free bus rides in parts of downtown Salt Lake City will stay. Read more »
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