2 planes abort landings at SFO when a Southwest jet taxied across their runways
Two airliners aborted landings at San Francisco International Airport last Friday morning around 9:15 a.m. after pilots spotted a Southwest Airlines jet taxiing across runways on which the other planes had been cleared to land.
Pilots killed after crashing into Pacific Ocean near Half Moon Bay
A small plane crashed in the Pacific Ocean about 40 miles off the coast of Half Moon Bay on Saturday killing the pilot and co-pilot, federal officials said.
1-on-1 with Buttigieg: Transportation secretary talks floods, flights and funding
U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg is back in Washington D.C. after a stop in San Francisco to deliver a federal grant for the Golden Gate Bridge. Buttigieg spoke to KTVU after his department announced $29.4 million in emergency relief funds to help California repair roads, bridges and highways damaged in our deluge of storms.
US Coast Guard ends search for 4 people after helicopter crashes into Gulf of Mexico
A rescue operation is underway off the coast of Louisiana in the Gulf of Mexico for four people who were on board a helicopter that crashed while departing an oil platform on Thursday.
Southwest Airlines chaos: Police threaten to arrest stranded passengers waiting to rebook canceled flights
Another 2,500 flights are being pulled from arrival and departure boards Wednesday and more are expected throughout the day.
First Native American woman in space awed by Mother Earth
The first Native American woman in space said Wednesday she is overwhelmed by the beauty and delicacy of Mother Earth, and is channeling "positive energy" as her five-month mission gets underway.
Artemis l: NASA announces new launch date for moon rocket mission
NASA has announced a new launch date for its next attempt to send the Artemis I rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida to the moon.
Former NSA employee charged with trying to sell secret US information
A former National Security Agency employee from Colorado is charged with trying to sell classified information to a foreign government.
NASA spacecraft set to intentionally crash into an asteroid to help save Earth
The Double Asteroid Redirect, or DART, spacecraft will be used as a battering ram to crash into a near-Earth asteroid on Sept. 26.
Artemis I launch scrubbed for second time over hydrogen fuel leak; new launch weeks away
NASA officials scrubbed the launch of the Artemis l mission on Saturday after attempts to fix a hydrogen fuel leak were unsuccessful.
Rocket explodes moments after launch from Vandenberg Space Force Base
The mission was for the US Air Force. There were no injuries in the Wednesday night explosion that rained debris down on the launch pad.
SpaceX’s Elon Musk says 1st orbital Starship flight could happen in March
SpaceX's Elon Musk says the first orbital flight of his towering Starship could come in another month or two.
NASA honors fallen heroes with Day of Remembrance, 36 years since Challenger explosion
Friday marks 36 years since the explosion of the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster, killing all seven crew members on board.