Transportation Security Administration
The TSA will test a program to pre-screen a small group of select air travelers, including some at DFW Int’l Airport, who volunteer more personal information about themselves so they can be vetted to get faster screening at airport checkpoints.
Texas lawmakers gave their initial backing Monday to legislation that would criminalize intentional, inappropriate touching during airport security pat-downs, but it was so watered down it provoked angry outbursts from conservative activists, who decried it as toothless.
The Texas House shook off its previous malaise and sped through key legislation on Monday, approving major budget, education-funding and health care reform bills despite at-times heated debate over cutting schools to the bone.
A new video making the rounds of the Internet shows two guys goofing around after hours at DFW International Airport.
Days after the state House of Representatives approved a bill making it illegal for TSA agents to inappropriately touch travelers during a pat down, officials announced that agents were not found to be in the wrong on any of the 12 complaints filed at DFW Airport in the past seven months.
About half of the 15 security checkpoints at the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport have or will soon have controversial full body scanners.
All the talk of frustrated Americans protesting passenger screening procedures at U.S. airports barely caused a ripple at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Wednesday.
A young passenger aboard a Southwest Airlines flight found a full ammunition clip from a law enforcement officer’s service weapon during a flight Tuesday from Burbank, Calif., to Phoenix, an airline spokesman said.
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