Ice Causes Slowdown At DIAThe Federal Aviation Administration is slowing air traffic into Denver International Airport because of the Winter Weather Advisory.
Firefighters, Police, Paramedics Battle On The Ice For Fallen Deputy FundraiserIt was the Denver Police Department versus the Denver Fire Department, but it was all for a good cause.
DIA Hockey Tournament Organized To Help Parrish FamilyIn the wake of the tragic New Year's Eve shooting death of Douglas County Sheriff's Deputy Zack Parrish, the law enforcement community wanted to show the Parrish family they are with them.
East Coast Blizzard Forces DIA CancellationsAs a ferocious winter storm pummeling the east coast is also impacting Colorado.
Flights Canceled, Delayed To And From East CoastThousands of flights to and from the East Coast have been canceled or delayed, including about 50 flights in and out of Denver.
Denver Airport Warns Of Possible Flight Delays To And From East CoastThe storm is expected to bring snow, ice, rain, strong winds and tidal flooding to the East Coast Wednesday and Thursday.
Thousands Of Passengers Affected By U.S. Customs OutageOperations at Denver International Airport are back to normal after the U.S. Customs and Border Protection lost access to its processing systems for a short time.
Former DIA Worker Sentenced In Bag Theft CaseA former worker at Denver International Airport is behind bars after he looted passenger’s bags and stole guns out of their luggage.
Approval Given For Advertising On DIA Welcome SignA portion of Pena boulevard leading to Denver International Airport is disappearing from some maps so that advertising can be sold on a new, brightly lit sign.
'Yoga On The Fly' Offers Holiday Travel Stress ReliefNow there's an unlikely place to relax during the hustle and bustle of holiday travel: Denver International Airport.
Mostly Smooth Sailing So Far On A Busy Holiday Travel Day At DIAA total of 189,000 people are expected to pass through DIA on Friday, and extra TSA officers have been brought in to help keep the security lines moving.
Flight Attendant Picks Up Ukulele, Sings During Takeoff DelayA United Airlines flight attendant joined passengers in grabbing a ukulele and mandolin to sing Christmas carols during a delay on the runway at Denver International Airport.

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