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What Was All the Smoke and Emergency Personnel at DIA Today?

I had this date marked on my calender for a couple of months now... I don't consider myself a conspiracy theorist, but when I heard Denver International Airport was looking for volunteers for a full-scale aircraft disaster it made me wonder what we would hear from the news today...

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DIA Needs Volunteers for Morbid Training Exercise

If you have some spare time on Aug. 27 and don't mind getting a little grim, Denver International Airport could use your help.

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Someone’s Dead Grandma is at the DIA Lost and Found

I have no idea how you end up leaving things at the airport. Everything is all packed away in fancy little bags, and there are signs that tell you exactly where to put your bags that you don't want to carry around so they get on your airplane with you. Still, 43,000 things were put in the lost and found at Denver International Airport (DIA) last year. 

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Photo courtesy of The Denver Channel
Photo courtesy of The Denver Channel
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Threatening Note on Denver Flight Forces Plane to Land in Remote Area of Airport

A threatening note led to the seclusion of an inbound Delta Air Lines flight arriving from Detroit at Denver International Airport. The 151 passengers on board Flight 1500, which landed at DIA at about 4:40 p.m. Friday, April 18, are being screened by the FBI.

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You Can Now Reserve a Parking Spot at Denver International Airport

Parking at Denver International Airport (DIA) can sometimes be a hassle, but a new system might save you some time. You can now reserve a parking space in the east or west parking garage in advance.

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Photo By RJ Sangosti/The Denver Post via Getty Images
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Is There Something Weird Going on at D.I.A.? [VIDEO]

I have said it a number of times, so it probably reigns true, I never seem to be hip on the latest and greatest and often find myself behind the times. That being said, a friend posted the video below in a Facebook post earlier this week, and it opened my eyes to a situation I was unfamiliar with at Denver International Airport. I did a little research to find out if there is indeed something weird going on at DIA.

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TSA Screens Passengers At Denver International Airport
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You’ll Be Able To Keep Your Shoes, Jackets and Belts On At DIA, But It Will Cost You

Airport security can be a hassle for just about anyone, but there is good news on the horizon; the Transportation Security Administration is expanding its expedited screening program called PreCheck to 60 new airports by the end of the year. Denver International Airport and Colorado Springs Airport are both on the the expanded list.

Before you get too excited, realize that PreCheck is going to cost you.

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Rabbits Causing Damage At Denver International Airport

Ever worry about leaving your car in a garage and it being broken into? Well at Denver International Airport, increasing damage to vehicles is being caused each month by feasting rabbits.

All of you very well know that DIA is surrounded by miles and miles of prairie land which is home to thousands and thousands of little critters

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Peyton Manning To Welcome Travelers To Denver As Holiday Voice Of DIA Train Cars

If you have any relatives flying in to Denver International Airport this holiday season, they can expect to be welcomed by Denver Broncos all-pro quarterback, Peyton Manning.

Well, they’ll at least hear his voice welcoming them on the airport trains at DIA.

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Catching a Flight at DIA Could Get Easier for Northern Colorado Residents as the Fort Collins-Loveland Airport Tests New Program

Getting to Denver International Airport from Fort Collins and Northern Colorado could be getting easier this year. Thanks to a new program that will be tested later this year at the Fort Collins-Loveland Airport. Soon, you might be able to go through security, check bags and board a bus to DIA and be taken to a secure location to board your flight. The novel program will be the first in the country. If the wingless flight operation is successful, it could be replicated in other markets. Sound good?

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