Transportation Security Administration
Nico Melendez says Los Angeles needs more highly-skilled transportation security screeners to help fight terrorism and keep air travelers safe.
AB1598 by Democratic Assemblyman Freddie Rodriguez of Pomona would require police, fire and other emergency services to train together for incidents involving active shooters.
The United States Transportation Security Administration has reached a tentative settlement in the highly publicized lawsuit filed by a mother who was allegedly harassed by TSA officers, authorities announced Tuesday.
The Transportation Security Administration Wednesday released a report outlining several significant changes to improve security at airports including having armed law enforcement at checkpoints and ticket counters during peak travel times.
Minutes before a gunman opened fire in a Los Angeles International Airport terminal last fall, the two armed officers assigned to the area left for breaks without informing a dispatcher as required.
A federal grand jury returned an 11-count indictment Tuesday charging LAX shooting suspect Paul Anthony Ciancia with first-degree murder in the death of a Transportation Security Administration officer.
Doctors have upgraded the condition of the alleged gunman in the deadly rampage at Los Angeles International Airport.
Transportation Security Administration officers at airports across the country Friday took a moment of silence in memory of a security agent who was fatally shot at Los Angeles International Airport.
Chief Charlie Beck says last Friday’s fatal shooting pointed to a weakness in surveillance equipment.
The union representing Transportation Security Administration employees has called for some armed officers to improve airport security in the wake of the deadly shooting at Los Angeles International Airport last week.
The suspect accused of opening fire inside the Los Angeles airport left a note in which he allegedly wrote that he wanted to kill at least one TSA officer and didn’t care which one, authorities said Saturday.
Neighbors are mourning the Transportation Security Administration officer killed Friday morning when a 23-year-old man opened fire at Los Angeles International Airport.
Authorities were called to the 500 block of N. Marlborough Avenue at 6:47 a.m.
Marijuana, which was wrapped in birthday-themed gift paper, was discovered in four checked bags at Los Angeles International Airport early Wednesday morning.
A former Transportation Security Administration screener was charged Wednesday after allegedly making threats against the Los Angeles International Airport.