Federal Employees To Protest Government Shutdown At Airport Wednesday Some federal employees in Sacramento plan to protest the federal government shutdown Wednesday at the Sacramento International Airport. 
How Did Suspects Smuggle 150 Lbs Of Pot From Sacramento To Boston?Allegedly trafficking 150 pounds of pot on a plane, three California suspects are now behind bars in Boston facing felony charges.
TSA Says It Will Dial Back Controversial Passenger Monitoring ProgramMarshals will continue to follow and monitor those they identify as persons of interest, but they are changing the threshold for reporting their observations to intelligence agencies.
TSA: Friday May Be Busiest Day Ever For Airport ScreeningsReady for a Fourth of July getaway? You might want to leave plenty of extra time for getting through airport security.
Boy, 14, Searched At Airport, Told He's On Watch ListA 14-year-old New Hampshire boy taking a flight to a baseball tournament in Florida says he was shocked when airport authorities said he was on a U.S. government watch list.
Super Bowl 50 Q&A: Will It Feel Like The TSA At Super Bowl City?
Increased Security Presence Greets Thanksgiving TravelersMore people are expected to leave home for this Thanksgiving holiday week than in the past eight years.
California Woman Settles Breast Milk Lawsuit Against TSAStacey Armato says TSA agents at the Phoenix airport tried to force her to have her breast milk X-rayed.
Knife Found In Enchilada At Sonoma Airport A woman is facing a possible fine after federal officials say they found a knife inside an enchilada in her bag during security screening at a Northern California airport.
Tips On Packing Lightly For VacationFor the first-time traveler hoping to avoid baggage fees to the experienced globetrotter, the following 10 tips will help teach you how to pack more efficiently and maybe even more safely.
Purple Heart Recipient Says He Was Dishonored By TSA, Capitol SecurityIt’s a case of a wounded warrior wearing his war medals and passing through several metal detectors. The way it unfolded left Ret. Cpl Nathan Kemnitz feeling more like a victim, calling his treatment at the California capitol disrespectful.