Colorado Nonprofit Boots 66 Steps Into Help Feed TSA EmployeesHundreds of TSA employees at Denver International Airport continue to work without pay as a result of the government shutdown which has stretched into its 23rd day.
'I Want To Get Back To Work': Protesters Call For End To Government ShutdownFederal employees for various government agencies rallied outside the U.S. Custom House in downtown Denver on Thursday afternoon, calling for an end to the government shutdown.
DIA Tests New Security Screening Before Any Other U.S. AirportDenver International Airport is the first airport in the country to get a new kind of security screening. TSA demonstrated the device on Monday morning.
DIA Shows Off Contraband As Busy Travel Season BeginsTraveling this holiday season? Be sure to leave these things at home especially if you're making your way through airport security.
Colorado Army Veteran Claims Sexual Assault During FlightA Colorado Army veteran says she was sexually assaulted while on a Frontier flight.
DIA Expected To Be 5th Busiest Airport In U.S. Over ThanksgivingThis Thanksgiving holiday is expected to be the busiest so far for air travel.
TSA Agents Buy Young Passenger A NYPD Shirt For Journey To DenverTSA officers in New York helped a little boy who was on his way to Denver.
New Automated Screening Lanes Debut At DIADenver International Airport and the Transportation Security Administration launched their new state of the art automated screening lanes on Friday.
Cause Of Fire At TSA Screening Area Being InvestigatedCBS4 has learned more about a fire that caused some confusion at Denver International Airport on Tuesday night.
Smoke In DIA Causes Trains To Stop As PrecautionSmoke in the south TSA lanes at Denver International Airport caused trains to stop running, as a precaution. They've since resumed operations.
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.
Sensor Malfunction For Concourse Trains = Holiday Travel Nightmare At DIAA certain type of concourse train malfunction at DIA happened for first time ever Wednesday ... and it just happened to be on one of year's busiest travel days.
Heading To The Airport? Get Ready For New Electronics Screening GuidelinesJust in time for holiday travel, the Transportation Security Administration is announcing new policies for carry-on electronics at Denver International Airport.
DIA Great Hall Renovation Plan 'A Big Project'A plan is in the works for a major overhaul inside Denver International Airport.
TSA Dumps Breast Milk At DIA Security CheckpointTraveling with a baby can be difficult, but for one Englewood mother it turned into a nightmare when her breast milk was dumped.