Judge Orders DIA To Pay $33.5 Million For Noise ViolationsDenver International Airport was ordered to pay Adams County $33.5 million for noise violations.
DIA 2nd Busiest Airport For Passenger Traffic In NationColoradans appear to be flying again. Last week, Denver International Airport was the second-busiest airport for passenger traffic going through TSA.
DIA Welcomes First International Flight Since April 1International flights returned to Denver International Airport Tuesday for the first time since April 1.
Student-Led Protesters Near Denver International Airport Lie Down In The Middle Of Peña BoulevardProtesters marched down Peña Boulevard and blocked traffic when they lay down in the roadway and chanted "I can't breathe."
Now For Sale At DIA: Face Mask Vending MachinesIf you forget your mask at home, Denver International Airport is selling them to travelers.
Reward Offered In Hunt For Man Who Trashed Hotel Room At DIADenver police are hunting for a man who trashed a hotel room at Denver International Airport.
'United CleanPlus' Launches At Denver International Airport To Boost Passenger SafetyDenver International Airport is one of two airports in the country where United Airlines is launching "United CleanPlus." It's a program that includes increased measures to sanitize and disinfect surfaces before passengers board the airplane.
Crane For DIA's Great Hall Project Blocks Doors, Sidewalks On Level 6Crews have installed a big crane at Denver International Airport. The crane is on the east side of Level 6 as part of the construction for the Great Hall Construction project.
'My Colorado': Denver Airport's Virtual Exhibit Looks At Past, Present And FutureThe exhibit features 35 images submitted from Colorado photographers around the state -- shows off nooks and crannies of our state that some visitors may not get to experience.
DIA Could Begin Selling Masks To Help Passengers Comply With Face Mask RequirementDenver International Airport may be going into the mask business. More information is exp
What It's Like To Fly During A Coronavirus PandemicAirlines are desperate to get passengers back into skies. Travel has plummeted during the coronavirus pandemic. Flying these days is a different experience. This is CBS4's Rick Sallinger's experience.