Transportation Security Administration
Getting 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.
Busy, but smooth. That’s the word from Denver International Airport as holiday travelers make their way in and out of town.
Plenty of people will be driving to Denver International Airport to travel or to pick up loved ones for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Denver International Airport officials say they will use $37 million in recent federal grants for runway work and improvements to its baggage screening system.
The Transportation Security Administration has apologized to an Aurora woman after taking her insulin before she boarded a flight.
Police in Denver said they won’t file charges against a man who packed a handgun into his checked luggage at Denver International Airport.
No felony charges will be filed against the Colorado woman who allegedly sexually assaulted a Transportation Security Administration agent in Phoenix.
A Nevada law firm that targets the unauthorized use of news content on the Internet has filed 32 lawsuits in federal court in Colorado seeking to stop the use of a Denver Post photograph.
Police and security officials have given the all-clear after checking a suspicious package at a ticketing counter at Denver International Airport.