Passengers at the Louisville International Airport may be the first to pass through new security scanners that were activated over the weekend. Both Louisville and Lexington’s Blue Grass Airport are the latest to receive the new body scanners, which around 140 airports already have in place. When passengers pass through the scanners, they’ll be able… Continue reading New Security Scanners Active in Louisville International Airport
The Transportation Security Administration is installing new security scanners at several airports around the country in the upcoming weeks including the Louisville and Lexington airports. Nearly 140 airports have already made the switch to one of two scanner types in the last few years. Both devices scan the entire body but only one displays a… Continue reading Louisville, Lexington Airports Install New Security Scanners Soon
The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky and Indianapolis airports are joining the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) new PreCheck program. Eligible fliers on American and Delta and certain members of Customs and Border Protection’s Trusted Traveler programs will have the chance to move more quickly through security screening by registering ahead of time with the TSA and its member airlines,… Continue reading Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky and Indianapolis Airports Join TSA Quick-Screen Program
Shortly before he walked into a public event, Yarmuth said there has been a lot of discussion about security in the last week, and many representatives are most concerned about protecting their constituents.
It can sometimes feel like a dangerous and unstable world. The U.S. is involved in two different wars at one time, countries such as North Korea and Iran seem to be dabbling in nuclear arms and we’re still trying to figure out how to combat terrorism. So how do we face these threats and keep the U.S. safe and secure? Listen to the Show
Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin’s Yahoo! account was recently hacked. The hacker reportedly reset Palin’s password, answering all of her security questions with information easily found through a Google search.
Social services workers at Kentucky’s largest human-services office in Louisville are breathing a sigh of relief after the Cabinet for Health and Family Services reversed an earlier decision to cut security position in their building. The cabinet had planned to cut nine of eleven security jobs in its offices at the L-and-N building in downtown… Continue reading Security Positions Stay Put at Social Services Office