Frustration: Security Wait Times At DIA Reach Upwards Of 2 Hours On SaturdayWait times are back to normal at Denver International Airport after some passengers reported waiting as long as two hours to get through security on Saturday.
Some Passengers May Be Required To Go Through TSA Scanner, No Pat Down OptionTSA says generally passengers will have the option of declining advanced imaging and opting for a pat-down, but there will be instances where some are absolutely required to go through it.
DIA Prepares For Record Number Of TravelersThe airport will have boosted customer service as well as live music during select peak travel times.
Pocketknife Surrendered To TSA Found For Sale On eBayA man handed over his pocketknife to TSA at security checkpoints at Denver International Airport only to find it months later for sale on ebay.
DIA Considering Moving TSA Screening Out OF 'The Great Hall'Denver International Airport is considering giving the main terminal a dramatic face lift.
Surviving A Trip To Hawaii With The Landing GearOfficials were surprised when they found a teenager wandering the tarmac at an airport in Hawaii. They were even more surprised when he told them he flew there in a plane's wheel well. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida explains how the phenomenon called medical hibernation may have played a role in surviving the flight.
More Visible Security At DIA Following LAX ShootingThe Transportation Security Administration says travelers are likely to see more security measures at local airports across the country.
New Passenger Screening System Being Expanded At DIAGetting through security at Denver International Airport may soon be faster and more convenient for travelers as a new passenger screening system is being expanded to the airport.
DIA Reports Smooth Sailing So Far For The HolidayBusy, but smooth. That's the word from Denver International Airport as holiday travelers make their way in and out of town.
DIA One Of The First To Implement New Child Security PolicyHomeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano announced to Congress Tuesday that children 12 years old and younger will no longer be required to remove their shoes at airport security checkpoints.
Is Clear The Answer?Clear! Every time I say that word in my head, I expect to see a doctor run out with those paddles and restart someone's heart!