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Flightless Bird: Customs Seizes Stuffed Atlantic Puffin At BWI

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — U.S. Customs and Border Protection specialists got quite the surprise when they found that a dead bird had flown to Baltimore.

A traveler from Iceland flew into BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport on June 2 along with a stuffed Atlantic Puffin. 103 more words

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Authorities Investigate Man Who Drove Through BWI Security Fence

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The FBI is assisting in the investigation into what led Andrew Kottke, a former deputy U.S. Marshal, to drive his car through a fence at BWI airport over the weekend and board an empty plane. 333 more words

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Hundreds Take Part In Disaster Training Drill At BWI

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Hundreds of emergency responders participated in a disaster training drill at BWI on Saturday to evaluate their services.

As part of an FAA requirement, the BWI-Thurgood Marshall Airport Fire Department works with local jurisdictions to prepare for large scale emergencies. 206 more words

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Man Arrested With Handgun In Carry-On At BWI

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A man was arrested at BWI airport early Friday after Transportation Security Administration officers say they caught him carrying a handgun at a security checkpoint. 138 more words

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Md. Senator Drafting Bill To Prevent Police From Removing Airline Customers

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — In the wake of the United Airlines debacle at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport last weekend, in which paying customer David Dao was forcibly removed from a flight, Maryland Senator Jim Rosapepe says he’s drafting legislation to keep the same thing from happening at Maryland’s Baltimore–Washington International Airport. 398 more words

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Pennsylvania Man Arrested At BWI With Loaded Handgun

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A Carlisle, Pennsylvania, man was arrested at BWI airport early Tuesday morning after Transportation Security Administration officers say they caught him trying to carry a loaded handgun past a security checkpoint. 100 more words

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Residents Near BWI Say They're Tormented By Low-Flying Planes

BALTIMORE (WJZ)– Complaints about low-flying planes near BWI skyrocketed. Now Howard County is considering suing the FAA on behalf of angry residents.

Ava-Joye Burnett reports on what people near the airport are doing to prove this is a problem. 335 more words

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