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Though Unlikely, Local Airports Prepare for Ebola Outbreak

Ebola is a dangerous illness that just claimed the life of the only person to have been diagnosed on American soil.

New Ebola Precautions May be Taken at Airports

The U.S. is deploying 3,600 troops to build hospitals and train health workers in Liberia and President Obama is now considering additional precautions at airports, the main entryway for Ebola into the U.S.

T.S.A. Says People Still Try to Bring Banned Items Through Security

Thirteen years after 9/11, the T.S.A. still sees a number of passengers attempting to bring prohibited items through security.

Airport Releases New Rate Map for Taxis

Tuesday, the Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport finalized a new rate map for taxi cabs to go into effect Wednesday, October 1st.

More Changes Coming to Taxi Industry

The Motor Vehicle for Hire Authority is considering raising insurance requirements for taxi cabs, but the potential changes have many small cab companies upset.

9/11 Attack Changes Air Travel Forever

The 9/11 terrorist attacks against the United States have changed the way Americans experience air travel.

Cab Drivers Not Happy About New Standardized Rates

Taxi cab fares are being lowered for customers at the airport. That's good news for the riders, but bad news for the cabbies.

Airport Finalizes New Rates for Cabs

Wednesday, the Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport finalized new rates for taxi cabs picking up and dropping off customers, but many cab drivers object to the new rates.

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