Listen: Air traffic controller shortage delays flights at several major US airports
"Out at two facilities in Jacksonville and in DC, but the FAA maintained that efficiency at airports wasn't impacted. There are thirteen air traffic controllers at that DC facility. Six of them called out yesterday. So staffing is now back to normal. The government shutdown is over and all of this TSA workers and air. Traffic controllers will be getting back pay sometime next week, and they can now return to work. All right. Thanks mac. Hopefully, we don't start it all over again in three weeks. WCBS news time six oh, four six people are hurt after a car jumps to curb hits another vehicle than slams into a house in a story. This happened near the corner Stein way in twentieth. Road around six thirty yesterday. Witnesses spoke to CBS to be the noise from the impact I thought. Bill is going to collapse. It was very hard. I have four kids have been crossing the street. It's go to leave to go on the car, and that could have been us. So it's it's it's scary. Afghan Y ficials say four people of the six are seriously injured, but they are expected to be okay. Public housing needs to get back together. If the New York City housing authority known as knights. You can't do that could face a federal takeover by the department of housing and urban development. We get"