Come along for a brief tour of the airfield at Frankfurt Airport, one of the largest airports in Europe. Click here to watch.
WATCH: Hong Kong island’s steep, winding city streets
The drivers of taxis, ride-sharing services, and private for-hire cars make driving the sometimes steep, winding, and congested roads of Hong Kong seem like a breeze. Click here to watch.
Navigating traffic in China’s capital city
Navigating the process of obtaining a temporary drivers license in China may not be worth the stress of driving among the millions of cars on the roads of Beijing. It may be simpler to hire a driver or a private bus to get around the capital city. Taxis and the subway system are also reliable…
Despite crowds, Beijing’s subway system is calm, clean, efficient
As the world’s third most-populous city, getting around in Beijing takes some planning. For example, the city’s 21 million residents are only allowed to drive their vehicles in designated sections of the city. In an effort to curb pollution, a system is also in place to regulate which days certain drivers can hit the road….
WATCH: Touring Germany by high-speed train
Planes, trains, & automobiles — I did it all to travel across Germany. Click here for the spectacular view from the Deutsche Bahn ICE train!
WATCH: Touring Hamburg, Germany’s harbor
Hamburg, Germany is the country’s 2nd largest city and the 3rd biggest port in Europe. Click here for a quick tour of the harbor.
Texas DMV rejects hundreds of ‘indecent, vulgar’ personalized license plates
Picking a personalized Texas license plate isn’t a free-for-all. The Department of Motor Vehicles uses very specific criteria for reviewing vanity plate requests, resulting in more than 1,600 rejected requests. Car enthusiasts at Saturday’s ‘Classic Cars & Art in the Park’ in Mineola are very familiar with the application process. Dozens of hot rods, rat…
Camera cops are watching our streets
In the blink of an eye, you’ve not only run a red light, but now you’re facing a automatic traffic ticket. Since moving to East Texas, it’s been hard to find an intersection that doesn’t have a set of electronic eyes watching and waiting for a car to run the red. Photo-enforced intersections aren’t as new as you’d…
Day 17: Adventures in mass transit
After returning to the station from Gainesville on Tuesday, I realized that I had to figure out which train to take home from downtown. After checking the schedule, I waited for the train, when suddenly it hit me. I had always been told “Do not take the DART rail after dark.” Friends and family had…
Day 12: Stumbling upon hidden treasure
Take a step in any direction in downtown Dallas, and the only way to find any sign of nature, is to look straight up — way up at the sky, slightly hazy from the tinge of smog lingering over the city. One would not expect to see the simple, delicate spirit of Mother Nature present in this jungle…
Day 5: My first week in the WFAA newsroom
I’ve had a spectacular first week at WFAA. Let me recap some of the highlights. I couldn’t ask for a group of people who are so professional, personable, and committed to their responsibilities as journalists. I’ve learned walking is the cheapest form of transportation. Gas prices are still ridiculously high (might be the topic of…