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  • TSA PreCheck popular with Spokane fliers

    More than 3,700 Inland Northwest residents have been accepted for the speed lane at airport screening stations. The Transportation Security Administration has opened a new enrollment office at Spokane International …


  • Doug Clark: Upcoming vacation is giving me high anxiety

    My nights have been filled with sleepless dread over our upcoming trip to meet the kids at Disneyland. I love my kids. I want to see them, sure.


  • Authorities ID agent killed at LA airport

    LOS ANGELES — A man carrying a note that said he wanted to “kill TSA” pulled a semi-automatic rifle from a bag and shot his way past a security checkpoint …


  • Stripping air passenger ‘nude but not lewd’

    PORTLAND — A high-tech worker who stripped naked at Portland International Airport as a protest against airport security screeners said today he was being “nude but not lewd,” and characterized …


  • Report: TSA body scanners ‘badly flawed’

    It was the end of a four-hour congressional hearing, and Florida Rep. John Mica was fuming at Transportation Security Administration officials.


  • Area travelers opt out of protest

    Delays at the Spokane airport as well as nationally were minimal Wednesday despite a planned national protest of heightened airport security measures. “It would have taken longer to protest than …


  • TSA urges Thanksgiving airport security compliance

    Holiday travelers dismayed by airport body scans planned protests at bustling airports today, while the head of the nation’s transport security agency urged passengers to comply with searches to reduce …


  • Clark: Security at airports is not a pretty picture

    Like many body-conscious Americans, I’ve been worrying all week about how much to put out next time I’m at the airport. Do I go through the new Mr. Peeper’s Magic …

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