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The Indianapolis International Airport is getting three new nonstop flights to the east coast come May.

The passenger who was savagely removed from United flight 3411 is a medical doctor with a sordid history. Dr. David Dao was charged in 2005 with 98 felony drug counts for illegally prescribing and trafficking painkillers. Prosecutors claimed Dao fraudulently filled prescriptions for hydocodone, Oxycontin and Percocet. Dr. Dao was also convicted on 6 felony […]

New Jersey resident Errol Narvaez was mortified after he was removed from a United Airlines flight due to his weight.

The family of Anatoly Veltman, Jr., is suing former teacher Milton Parker for $5M for punching the autistic boy in the face and traumatizing him. Parker claims it was a "reflex" that made him punch his 11-year-old student inside the cafeteria of PS 225 in Brooklyn.

United Airlines released a detailed apology to the man with cerebral palsy who crawled off one of their airplanes after delayed assistance from employees.

Busy. That describes opening weekend at and around the Indiana State Fair, fun for most too–but the experience wasn’t great for two local teens. Theirs was an experience that’s now is keeping Indianapolis metro police busy. Police are now looking for suspects who robbed the pair at gunpoint as they were walking to the fairgrounds. […]

The New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday suspended trading at around 11:30 a.m. ET due to an “internal technical issue,” CNN reports. President of the…

Lashonda Lee Williams, 43,  was arrested after allegedly threatening another passenger on a United Airlines flight from Nashville to Houston,  reports the Daily Mail. When passenger…

Kelly Price was on her way to Mobile, Alabama to perform for her fans at the Funk Fest but her trip started off on the wrong foot when she encountered a rather rude United Airlines employee named Stephanie. Suffice to say, Kelly wasn’t feeling the 2nd Class treatment she got at the gate when it […]

  via:mediaquicky.com We’ve heard the stories about bedbugs taking over hotels but it seems the pesky critters are now taking flight. Look what happened to this woman during her flight on United Airlines. She even created a Facebook page “Eaten Alive By Bedbugs On United” to warn travelers about the issue.