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Transportation Security Administration

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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • American to join United in grouping flights at O'Hare

    American to join United in grouping flights at O'Hare
    As some travelers escape on spring break this month, they might notice intense busy periods at O'Hare International Airport, as the region's two largest airlines group their flights into tight time windows throughout the day, creating alternating...
  • TSA's PreCheck enrolls 1 million travelers; here's how you can apply

    TSA's PreCheck enrolls 1 million travelers; here's how you can apply
    Still disgruntled with long wait times at airport security checkpoints? Apparently thousands of you have done something about it. The Transportation Security Administration reports that more than 1 million travelers have enrolled in PreCheck, which...
  • Biometrics company to offer fingerprint, iris scans as security clearance option at BWI

    Biometrics company to offer fingerprint, iris scans as security clearance option at BWI
    A company that uses biometric technology to verify travelers' identities through fingerprint and iris scans will launch its security clearance services for enrolled members at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport starting next month. The company, New York-based...
  • More than 1 million fliers enrolled in TSA PreCheck screening

    More than 1 million fliers enrolled in TSA PreCheck screening
    More than 1 million travelers, including nearly 30,000 from South Florida, have enrolled in TSA PreCheck, the Transportation Security Administration's expedited screening program that launched in October 2011. Across Florida, more than 68,500...