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Transportation Security Administration

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  • Saudi man sentenced for assaulting TSA officer

    A Saudi Arabian man has pleaded guilty to assaulting a TSA officer at the Orlando International Airport. Mohammed Abdullah Alomaim was sentenced to time served and two years of supervised released in federal court in Orlando on Wednesday. Authorities...
  • 5 Things to Know in Florida for April 2

    Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today. FLORIDA'S FOOD STAMP DEBIT CARDS EXPIRE THIS MONTH Florida's food stamp debit cards will start expiring at the end of April and replacement cards will be sent...
  • Loaded semi-automatic handgun found in Va. traveler's bag

    The Transportation Security Administration says a loaded semi-automatic handgun was found in the carry-on bag of a traveler at Norfolk International Airport. The TSA says the Virginia Beach woman was stopped by TSA officers early Wednesday at a...
  • Orlando International Airport decides to keep TSA

    Officials with the Orlando International Airport have recommended against making it the largest airport to get rid of the TSA. An airport advisory committee on Monday voted to keep Transportation Security Administration officers and not replace them with...
  • Minnie Mouse to be featured in London Fashion Week display

    Minnie Mouse to be featured in London Fashion Week display
    Minnie Mouse a fashion icon? Who knew! The famous rodent is to be featured during London Fashion Week in September in "Minnie Style," a photo exhibition celebrating her role as a fashion influencer in the decades since she first appeared in the Disney...
  • Festival of Books: What you need to know about TSA airport security rules

    Festival of Books: What you need to know about TSA airport security rules
    Clearly some of you don't know what's allowed and what isn't at airport security checkpoints. For those in need of a refresher course, Travel Editor Catharine Hamm and Transportation Security Administration spokesman Nico Melendez will be talking...
  • Where's Our Electricity Refund? (Regulators Ordered It Last October)

    Where's Our Electricity Refund? (Regulators Ordered It Last October)
    Q: Back in October, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ordered New England utility companies, including Northeast Utilities (now Eversource), to issue refunds to ratepayers because the transmission rates were too high. Possibly $ 30 million could go...
  • Five things for Monday, March 30, 2015

    Five things for Monday, March 30, 2015
    Here are your stories for Monday in Central Florida: eight people dead in a church van crash in southwest Florida; A committee recommended keeping TSA officers; Florida's legislature hasn't gotten much done; and vacationing with the grandparents. 1. A...
  • Orlando airport panel votes to keep TSA

    Orlando airport panel votes to keep TSA
    The TSA could keep its job checking passengers for weapons and contraband at Orlando International Airport after a committee decided Monday that the agency shouldn't be replaced with privately hired security guards. But there are conditions: The...
  • Former terrorist was cleared for expedited TSA checkpoint

    Former terrorist was cleared for expedited TSA checkpoint
    The news that the Transportation Security Administration has enrolled more than 1 million people in a program that lets low-risk travelers zip through expedited security checkpoints was tarnished by a report that former terrorist Sara Jane Olson was...
  • TSA support grows as airport considers firing agency

    With a key committee about to meet, opposition is growing to the notion of replacing the Transportation Security Administration force at Orlando International Airport with privately hired guards. An eight-person panel that has considered doing away with...