TSA, Unable To Pay Workers, Holding 'Fast-Track' Event To Fill 40 MSP Airport JobsThe TSA is hosting a fast-track hiring event for MSP Airport this weekend to fill 40 job openings.
Man Charged With Punching 2 Officers At MSP Security CheckpointHe had been attempting to use a ripped piece of paper as a boarding pass, and told officials he did not have to provide them with any identification.
Man Punches 2 Officers Trying To Go Through Checkpoint With No Boarding PassThe MSP Airport police said the incident happened at about 3:15 a.m. in the northern ticketing area.
Armed Marshal Mistakenly Taken Off Plane At MSP AirportA misunderstanding between a flight attendant and air marshals involving a gun led to some tense moments aboard a United Airlines flight.
Long Lines At MSP After TSA Equipment FailsWait times are back to normal after equipment failed at three security checkpoints at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport's main terminal on Sunday.
TSA Agents To Get Training After Native Church's LawsuitA wooden box carried an eagle feather and bone whistle, a gourd rattle and a feather fan — items that carry spiritual energy and are used in Native American religious ceremonies.
TSA Sets Single-Day Record For Screened Passengers After Super BowlTSA officials say 60,883 travelers were screened through the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport on Monday.
Fans Flood MSP Airport In Record Numbers As Super Bowl Visitors Head HomeThe Bold North is about to get a little less crowded as thousands of people head home after the Super Bowl.
TSA To Use Specially-Trained Canines To Expedite Screening ProcessAhead of the Super Bowl, our state's largest airport is bracing for the largest crowds it has ever seen.
MSP Prepares For Possible Record-Breaking Travel WeekAn already-busy travel week is now complicated by the weather out east. People in Minnesota and across the country are affected by the massive snowstorm hitting New York, Boston and Washington, D.C.
Mayor Coleman Joins TSA Workers At ProtestAirport customers heard the loud cries of an angry union amid pouring rain and thunder claps Tuesday. Transportation Security Administration screeners say understaffing and slipping morale are no way to solve the crisis.