Federal officials have temporarily delayed a policy change that would have let people carry small knives, novelty bats and other sports equipment on planes.
Flight attendants at Los Angeles International and airports around the United States will be out in force Monday to call on federal regulators to keep knives out of the aircraft cabin.
Small knives, novelty bats, hockey sticks and golf clubs are now back on the allowed items that can be carried onto a plane, the TSA announced Tuesday.
It may take a few days, but the impact of automatic across-the-board budget cuts in Washington could soon make an impact in the Southland.
As the hunt continues for triple-murder suspect Christopher Dorner, authorities are now concerned that he may be capable of flying a plane.
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A Rancho Palos Verdes man is under arrest this evening for allegedly trying to board a plane in Oakland with materials that could be used to make a bomb.
Efficiency – and not radiation and privacy fears – was cited as the primary factor in the TSA’s decision to replace the controversial scanners.
Authorities say a Transportation Security Administration officer was arrested at Los Angeles International Airport after being accused of stealing $100 from a passenger’s wallet.
A 25-year-old man pleaded guilty Wednesday to federal conspiracy charges that involved bribing former Transportation Security Administration agents at Los Angeles International Airport.
So the guy whose jet-ski conked out, so he had to swim and wade on over to JFK airport for help, now has been charged with trespassing.
Two former TSA officers who worked at Los Angeles International Airport have agreed to plead guilty to conspiring to smuggle narcotics-laden luggage through security checkpoints.
Police in Los Angeles and across the country went into a heightened state of alert Monday night, the day before the first anniversary of Osama bin Laden’s death.
TSA agents spotted a .38 revolver in a 43-year-olds carry-on bag.
Authorities are probing a drug trafficking scheme involving Delta Airlines and Transportation Security Administration workers in Los Angeles and Hawaii.