TSA Prepares For Summer Travelers With Updated Security ProceduresThe Transportation Security Administration announced Thursday the implementation of changes to the security screening process at checkpoints in an effort to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Miami International Airport TSA Officer Victor Chung Has Died From COVID-19Victor Chung was one of TSA Miami's founding officers.
TSA Agent At Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport Tests Positive For CoronavirusThe Transportation Security Administration has confirmed that one of its officers at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport has tested positive for the coronavirus.
TSA: Florida Man Caught With Loaded Gun At Airport - AgainFor the second time in a month, a Florida man has been arrested after he reportedly tried to bring a gun on an airplane.
TSA Officers Find Some Pretty Strange Stuff At Airport Checkpoints In Miami, Fort LauderdaleTransportation Security Administration officers come across some pretty strange things at airport checkpoints.
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.
Miami International Airport Gets State Of The Art 3-D ScannerScanning for potentially dangerous items in carry-on bags has gone high tech at Miami International Airport.
Scary Situation At Orlando Airport After Someone Yells 'Gun', Sending Travelers RunningThings are back to normal at Orlando International Airport after a security scare sent people into a panic on Saturday.
TSA Agent Falls To His Death At Orlando Airport An off-duty Transportation Security Administration officer fell to his death Saturday from a hotel balcony inside Florida's Orlando International Airport, officials said.
South Florida A Safe Haven As Generational Cold Smacks Majority Of U.S.With Chicago reaching its coldest day on record and the twin cities’ reaching their coldest since 1996, many travelers from the Midwest are escaping to the beaches of Miami.
Locals Doing What They Can To Help Federal Workers Impacted By Government ShutdownVolunteers from South Florida Muslim groups made quick work out of their mission to feed hundreds of Coast Guard families who have been working without pay more than a month.