HEBRON, Ky. - The Transportation Security Administration is expanding its pre-screening program, bringing the check to the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport next month.
CVG will be the first airport in Ohio or Kentucky with the pre-screening service.
The program is only for selected frequent fliers or for those who are enrolled in the U.S. Customs and Border Protection's Global Entry program. Those passengers will now be able to move quickly through a designated security checkpoint lane at CVG without having to remove shoes, jackets, belts, laptops and liquids from carry-on baggage.
"CVG welcomes the TSA Pre✓™ program as another benefit for our passengers. This program expedites the screening process for many travelers without compromising safety," said Candace McGraw, Chief Executive Officer at CVG, in a press release.
For more information about the TSA Pre ✓™ Program, please visit http://www.tsa.gov .
Participants interested in joining the program can enroll in CBP's Global Entry Program. Global Entry is a CBP program that allows pre-approved, low-risk travelers, expedited entry into the United States. Participation in TSA Pre✓™ and Global Entry involves an online application (20-40 minutes) and an interview with CBP (15 minutes). Individuals may apply at http://www.globalentry.gov . The cost of the application process is approximately $100 dollars and is valid for 5 years.
More sunshine Sunday plus hotter weather and storms this week.
A Severe Thunderstorm Watch in the Tri-State was lifted Monday at about 8 p.m.
The entire Tri-State was under a Severe Thunderstorm Watch until 8 p.m. Sunday.
The storm that struck the Tri-State on Monday was confirmed to have involved a tornado.
A Severe Thunderstorm Warning issued in the Tri-State Monday evening has expired.
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Thunderstorms rolled through parts of the Tri-State Tuesday evening, with strong winds, significant downpours and lightning.
A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has expired for Grant and Owen counties in Kentucky.
You made it. Winter is long gone. Spring is now in the history books. Summer is here.