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BNA stands out as TSA warns of growing problem of firearms discovered at airport security

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (WTVF) – The Transportation Security Administration has warned that poorly packaged guns discovered at airports are a growing problem nationwide. From 2017 to 2018, this number has increased by 7%, reaching 4,239 detected by agents. In the last… Continue Reading →

TSA unveils the most bizarre 2018 checkpoint discoveries

The Transportation Security Administration unveiled on Monday its most bizarre and dangerous discoveries at 2018 checkpoints, and it appeared that two local airports were among the locations where officers had made the most unusual discoveries. One of the strangest discoveries… Continue Reading →

The TSA found some really weird stuff 2018

Dawn Gilbertson UNITED STATES TODAY & # 39; HUI Posted at 1:20 pm EST February 12, 2019 Do you feel guilty when TSA screening officers pull out the Costco bottle of water or lotion that you had forgotten in your… Continue Reading →

TSA unveils the most bizarre 2018 checkpoint discoveries

What you need to know TSA unveiled Monday's strangest and most dangerous checkpoint check at 2018 Two local airports were among the places where officers made the most unusual discoveries At Newark Airport, TSA agents reported finding fancy grenades "dressed"… Continue Reading →

OIA puts in place new security measures after the death of a TSA worker

0 OIA puts in place new security measures after the death of a TSA worker ORLANDO, Fla. Officials at Orlando International Airport said that a new security measure had been put in place after a suicide by a TSA employee… Continue Reading →

Omar calls for domestic security deleveraging – 1 hour after insisting that TSA workers get paid back

Representative Ilhan Omar, D-Minnesota, continues her series of controversial tweets, this time at the Department of Homeland Security. In a tweet on Friday night, the new congressman calls President Trump "Individual 1" and insists that he does not "support the… Continue Reading →

TSA organizes an employment fair at Denver Airport on Saturday

DENVER (CBS4) – The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is organizing a hiring event on Saturday, Feb. 9 at the Denver International Airport. TSA hopes to recruit full-time and part-time Transportation Safety Officers (TSOs) to work at the airport. The starting… Continue Reading →

A grenade at the Las Vegas airport between a record gun record and unusual items by the TSA

Security screening officers at the country's airports discovered a record number of guns and unusual items in hand luggage, including a grenade found in a bag in Las Vegas. At least the pomegranate was inoperative. In 2018, 4,239 firearms were… Continue Reading →

TSA Officers Find "Noticeable Increase" in Firearms at New England Airports

by TONY GUGLIOTTA AND JESSICA A. BOTELHO, NBC 10 NEWS The Transportation Security Administration reported a "noticeable increase" in firearm seizures at the country's airports, including at T.F. Green Airport in Warwick and Logan International Airport in Boston. (TSA) The… Continue Reading →

Orlando Airport recovering from apparent suicide of TSA worker

ORLANDO, Fla. – When thousands of passengers had to be fished after an apparent suicide caused a security breach at Orlando International Airport on Saturday, it was the second incident of this type for a year and a half. The… Continue Reading →

A TSA officer died after falling from the hotel's balcony at Orlando Airport, police say

Photo of reporter Robert Richardson from sister station WBTW, WNCN Copyright 2019 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, disseminated, rewritten or redistributed. Photo of reporter Robert Richardson from sister station WBTW, WNCN ORLANDO, Florida… Continue Reading →

A TSA employee dies following a jump from the balcony of the Orlando International Airport

0 A TSA employee dies following a jump from the balcony of the Orlando International Airport ORLANDO, Fla. – The largest shopping center7:45 PM UPDATE: An employee of the Transportation Security Administration was killed in a terminal Saturday at the… Continue Reading →

Confusion and delay at Orlando Airport after the death of a TSA officer

WESH via CNN A Transportation Safety Officer, on leave, died Saturday from the hotel's balcony at the Orlando International Airport in Florida, officials said, causing flight delays. WESH via CNN A Transportation Safety Officer, on leave, died Saturday from the… Continue Reading →

A TSA officer dies following the balcony jump from a hotel at Orlando Airport

By Tess Sheets / Orlando Sentinel ORLANDO, Florida – An Officer of the Transportation Safety Administration died Saturday after jumping off the balcony of a Hyatt Regency hotel in an open area inside the International Airport d & # 39;… Continue Reading →

T.S.A. An Orlando airport agent passes to death from his hotel balcony

A terminal at Orlando International Airport was evacuated and incoming flights were blocked Saturday morning after the death of an officer of the Transportation Safety Administration, said the police and witnesses. The officer, described by Orlando police as a man… Continue Reading →

A TSA officer about to die, inflamed with panic at Orlando Airport

ORLANDO, Florida – An officer from the Transportation Security Administration crashed Saturday from a balcony at Florida's busiest airport, causing panic that blocked security checks for hours, stolen flights and serious delays . Panicked passengers crossed the checkpoints leading to… Continue Reading →

A TSA officer died at Orlando Airport

Follow CBSMIAMI.COM: Facebook | Twitter MIAMI (CNN) – A Transportation Safety Administration officer, who passed away Saturday, died Saturday from the hotel's balcony at Orlando International Airport, sending confused travelers to checkpoints unshielded security and causing delays in flights. There… Continue Reading →

Monday Madness: Airport TSA prepares for mass exodus after Super Bowl

0 Monday Madness: Airport TSA prepares for mass exodus after Super Bowl ATLANTA – Monday could be a great day for the Atlanta airport: more than 100,000 passengers could pass through the security checkpoint of the TSA. Why the record… Continue Reading →

Sikh community donates $ 11,000 to Phoenix TSA workers

Dani Coble Arizona Republic Posted at 8:00 am EST January 31, 2019 Workers at the Transportation Safety Authority at the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, who worked without pay during the recent government shutdown, received a major donation on Wednesday… Continue Reading →

Long queues at Charlotte Douglas after the closing of the TSA checkpoints

0 Three dead and three wounded after the car fell in a tree in Lancaster County, soldiers said INDIAN EARTH, S.C. – Three people died and three others were injured when a car crashed against a tree off a Lancaster… Continue Reading →

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