TSA, American Airlines Aim To Cut LAX Security Lines By 30 PercentFederal officials said Tuesday that they are expanding tests to speed up airport lines and improve security.
Busier-Than-Ever, LAX Sees Increase In Security Amid Recent Terror AttacksTerror attacks in Bangladesh and Turkey didn’t stop holiday travelers in Los Angeles from getting on planes and out of town this weekend.
What You Need To Know Before Your Child's First VacationPacking up for your first child’s vacation can be an exciting experience. Just make sure that you are fully prepared and know what you will need to make the experience memorable.
Government Report: Airports Need More Help Keeping Intruders OutUsing TSA data, the accountability office identified over 2,500 security incidents in each of the past three years at the nation's 440 commercial airports.
American Eagle Flight From Houston Lands Safely At LAX after "Non-Credible" ThreatThere were reports of at least two men with guns and explosives on the plane. But the FBI will not confirm that.
Court Rejects Forced Medicating Of LAX Airport ScreenerA federal appeals court says a judge should not have allowed the government to forcibly medicate a former security screener at Los Angeles International Airport accused of making threatening calls in 2013 demanding terminals be evacuated.
Flight Attendant On Run After Authorities Say They Found Cocaine In Her Luggage At LAXA TSA agent found 70 pounds of cocaine in her carry-on bag in Terminal 4.
U.S. Issues Worldwide Travel Alert Due To Increased Terror ThreatsA worldwide travel advisory warned U.S. citizens to "exercise particular caution during the holiday season and at holiday festivals or events." Terrorist groups like ISIS and Al-Qaeda continue to plan attacks “using conventional and non-conventional weapons,” according to the State Department.
TSA Agents Rally At LAX For New Contract, Higher WagesThey chanted, "TSA you're no good. Treat your workers like you should."
LA Airport Police Back Effort To Ban Badges For Non-Sworn TSA ScreenersThe LAX police union gave its support Friday for new legislation that would ban the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) from allowing non-law enforcement personnel to wear metal badges.
LAX Official, Garcetti Hope To Test Perimeter Detection System Within Next YearAirport officials responded to a new report that was highly critical of LAX's security fence after the Associated Press found that people were hopping the fence.
Self-Identification Program Offered To Help Families With Autism At LAXA self-identification program was offered at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) Wednesday to help families with autism.