The average U.S. price of gasoline has dipped 2 cents a gallon in the past two weeks after a month of increases.
Throngs of travelers flocked to Los Angeles International Airport Saturday, struggling to overcome delays as they made their way home for the holidays.
Starting Friday, more than 2.6 million travelers are expected to move through Los Angeles International Airport during this holiday season, up 8.2 percent from last year, airport officials said.
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More than 2 million people are expected to travel through Los Angeles International Airport over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
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Passengers Monday endured cancellations and delays on flights between Los Angeles International Airport and San Francisco, where an Asiana Airlines jetliner crashed Saturday.
Road traffic is expected to be just as heavy during Memorial Day weekend even though slightly fewer Southern California residents will be on the road, according to the Automobile Club of Southern California.
Flights departing Los Angeles International Airport are experiencing delays due to winter storms pummeling much of the Midwest, South and Northeast with rain and snow.
More people are expected to get away this holiday season as compared to last year.
More than two million passengers are expected to pass through Los Angeles International Airport during the holiday travel season, despite numerous canceled flights out of the Midwest due to a winter storm.
About 2.35 million Southland residents are expected to travel during the Labor Day weekend beginning Thursday and ending Monday.
Are you planning to travel over the holidays? Emily Kaufman, the Travel Mom, stopped by KCAL9 Tuesday to share simple tips to avoid the stress of getting out of town.