DIA Great Hall Renovation Plan 'A Big Project'A plan is in the works for a major overhaul inside Denver International Airport.
World's Largest Indoor Rock Climbing Gym Could Jump Start EconomyA giant rock climbing facility could bring a much needed boost to the economy in Englewood. The Earth Treks company is counting on Colorado's outdoor and fitness community to climb aboard.
TSA Unveils New Pat-Downs As DIA Prepares For Busy Spring Break PeriodTo open the spring break travel season, the Transportation Security Administration has unveiled plans to change standard procedure for security pat-downs.
TSA: It's Best Not To Wrap Christmas Presents Before FlyingThe Transportation Security Administration is gearing up for a busy week of holiday travel and they have a few packing tips to help travelers get through security lines faster.
TSA Releases Staggering Numbers About Confiscated Firearms At AirportsTravelers at Denver International Airport had a lot to say about the staggering numbers just released by the Transportation Security Administration.
Plastic Guns Made From 3D Printers Becoming More ConcerningAlert Transportation Security Administration employees made a startling discovery at a Nevada airport early Monday morning.
DIA Says Frustrating Security Lines Are ImprovingDenver International Airport says wait times are down significantly from their frustrating peak in May.
TSA: Lack Of Security Lanes At DIA To Cause Long Lines Starting SundayLong security lines at Denver International Airport are nothing new, but a Transportation Security Administration travel alert is urging passengers to play it safe in the coming days.
TSA Warns About A Busy Weekend At DIAThe Transportation Security Administration is warning travelers about major delays possible this weekend.
Travelers Surprised By Short Security Lines At DIA On Memorial DayTens of thousands of people are preparing to fly home after the long holiday weekend, and many travelers were surprised the security lines were shorter than expected considering the recent troubles with the TSA.
Aviation Expert Explains What May Be Going On With The TSATSA agents look for weapons and dangerous people, but since its creation after Sept. 11, its mission has changed with agents working at concerts and sporting events.
TSA: Passengers A 'Contributing Factor' In Long LinesLong lines at security checkpoints at airports across the nation seem to be getting worse and the Transportation Safety Administration is putting some of the responsibility on passengers.