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The woman who got into a scuffle with security officers at Bob Hope Airport when they tried to confiscate a container of applesauce and other snacks has until Jan. 16 to condense her claim, otherwise, a frustrated judge may throw it out of U.S. District...
Say, you there. You with the holidays stars in your eyes. Maybe you fly only a couple of times a year or maybe you just need a refresher course at this particularly stressful time. To help you get up and away, here are five things you should know about...
Spear guns, knives, inert grenades, stun guns and loaded 9-millimeter handguns. The holidays brings no letup in the number of real or replica weapons that Transportation Security Administration officers uncover at airport checkpoints. But finding them...
Just in time for the holidays, some frequent travelers may be able to breeze through security courtesy of a new federal program launching today at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) said...
A Democratic state senator who is seeking former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.'s congressional seat was arrested Wednesday at O'Hare International Airport after trying to board an aircraft to Washington, D.C., with a gun, authorities said. Sen. Donne...
Brawley native and San Francisco Giants closer Sergio Romo was detained by Las Vegas police after he reportedly became aggressive with TSA agents at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas on Monday, according to media sources. Las Vegas...
Tags: ABC (tv network)
The variety and quantity of firearms discovered at the nation’s airports continued to grow in 2012. As of Nov. 30, the Transportation Security Administration had uncovered about 1,500 firearms in carry-on bags and in the clothes of would-be...
This month, federal security officers stopped a traveler at the Oakland International Airport because of an unusual wristwatch he was wearing. When word got out, critics of the Transportation Security Administration blasted the agency, calling the...
Tags: Explosions, Emergency Incidents
Channel 2 NewsThe Transportation Security Administration (TSA) held a press conference Tuesday at Ted Stevens International Airport to announce the opening of a TSA "Pre-Check" lane at the the South security checkpoint. Passengers, who qualify for the Pre-Check...
The Transportation Security Administration screens about 1.8 million passengers per day at more than 450 airports across the country. But when passengers gripe about the security process, the TSA doesn’t have a consistent way to collect and act on...
To ease delays at airport security checkpoints, the Transportation Security Administration has launched a pilot program that lets average travelers hurry to their planes without having to remove their shoes or take liquids out of their carry-ons. But...
Tags: Transportation Industry, John Wayne, Tampa
The shootings in Connecticut have the potential to do to schools what 9-11 did to airports. Armed guards and metal detectors. Will my kindergartner be sent through a child-sized backscatter next year in search of contraband under her clothes? Will her...
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