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  • FBI: No bombs found on planes at Atlanta's main airport after social media threats

    Law enforcement officials found no bombs on two planes at Atlanta's main airport after authorities received what they considered credible threats, FBI spokesman Stephen Emmett said.
  • Several dozen guns seized at BWI, region's other airports in 2014

    More than three dozen guns were seized from passengers flying out of the three airports in the Baltimore-Washington region in 2014, a substantial increase over the previous year. The Transportation Security Administration said Friday that it took 14...

    Bomb threats issued to 2 airliners bound for Atlanta; no danger found

    ALANTA Passengers on two Atlanta-bound airliners got a scare Saturday when "credible" bomb threats sent via social media prompted the military to scramble fighter jets to escort the planes to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, but searches by a...

    Dania's next beef with the airport: Contaminated dirt

    Dania's next beef with the airport: Contaminated dirt
    For months, residents in Melaleuca Gardens have griped about dust and dirt wafting through the air, landing on window sills and doorsteps, pools and cars. Now they have a new gripe: Some of the dirt contains traces of asbestos, a toxic material linked...

    FAA warns of fire danger caused by e-cigarettes on planes

    FAA warns of fire danger caused by e-cigarettes on planes
    Electronic cigarettes, the hip alternative to smoking traditional tobacco cigarettes, may pose a fire hazard when they are put in checked luggage on planes. The Federal Aviation Administration has issued a warning to commercial airlines, suggesting that...