Probe Finds No Bias By Florida TSA Supervisor, But Profiling ConcernsInvestigators were unable to corroborate specific allegations that a Transportation Security Administration supervisor instructed air marshals to racially discriminate against passengers at Florida's busiest airport.
Airport Shooting Raises Questions About Guns In BaggageThe suspect in a deadly shooting at a South Florida airport used a gun that he had stored in his checked luggage, raising questions about airport security and whether safety officials need to change the current rules.
New TSA Rule Change Could Mean Mandatory Full Body ScansNew Transportation Security Administration guidelines mean more passengers will likely go through the full body scanners and some requests for pat downs will likely be declined.
TSA Reminds Travelers To Leave Grenades, Guns At Home It's always interesting to see what Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officials finds in people's carry-on luggage.
Florida Woman Accused Of Concealing Gun At Newark AirportA Florida woman hid a stolen handgun and a loaded bullet magazine inside a checked suitcase at Newark Liberty International Airport, authorities said.
TSA Shows Off Guns, Knives, Machetes Seized At MIAYou would think that people catching a flight out of Miami International Airport would leave their guns or machetes at home.
Local Airports Strengthen Security Following Paris AttacksWith the Paris attacks and the hacking of the U.S. Central Command’s social media accounts, airports around the nation are strengthening their security.
TSA Worker Arrested For Alleged Drug Trafficking & Child Neglect Transportation Security Administration officials said they are in the process of terminating the employment of a woman who was arrested and charged with drug trafficking and child neglect.
MIA Gets $100 Million To Upgrade Baggage ScreeningThe Miami International Airport has gone through major transformations in the last few years and the changes will continue after the Transportation Security Administration gave the airport $101 million for a new baggage screening system.
Sequester Grounds Thunderbirds For Lauderdale Air ShowThe U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds will be grounded for this year’s Lauderdale Air Show in April as a result of the federal budget sequester.
Family Of Toddler In "No Fly" List Flap Won’t Take Legal ActionThe parents of the toddler who was pulled off a JetBlue flight because her name reportedly showed up on the "No Fly" list do not plan to take any legal action against the airline, according to a family spokesperson.
Brazen Rolex Thief, Caught On Airport Camera, Now Caught By CopsThe long arm of the law has reached out and grabbed the man caught on camera at Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport stealing the Rolex a passenger left behind at baggage screening, and that man's arm appeared to have the evidence right on his wrist.
Lauderdale Rolex Thief Takes FlightA watch thief with an impeccable sense of timing stole an expensive Rolex from woman at Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
TSA Admits To Mistakes After S. Fla. Seniors Allege AbusesThe Transportation Security Administration has issued an apology more than a month after several South Florida elderly women, each dealing with serious medical conditions, were allegedly strip searched at JFK Airport as they were on their way to Fort Lauderdale.
Broward Considers Airport Body Scanner BanIn the wake of most countries in Europe vowing to stop using full-body scanners at airports; the Broward County Commission is looking into banning the scanners from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.