Courtesy of the TSA

As travel picks up for spring break, the Transportation Security Administration, TSA, has added new technology at Spokane International Airport to reduce contact between agents and travelers.

TSA spokeswoman Lorie Dankers said the new technology would make going through security more efficient, and reduce risk for both parties.

“There’s no contact between traveler and TSA officer, and we know that fewer touchpoints is safer and healthier for the traveler, and safer and healthier for our employees,” she said.

Enjoy Our Recent On-Air Conversation With Rick Steves

Mar 24, 2021
Courtesy of Rick Steves

Spokane Public Radio recently spent an hour on the radio with Seattle-based travel writer and guide Rick Steves, host of the public radio program Travel with Rick Steves. Several listeners joined with their questions. If you weren't able to hear the program the first time, you can click on the box and listen. The program also airs again on KSFC 91.9 in Spokane, 100.3 in Coeur d'Alene on March 27 at 8 am.

Writer Rick Steves Talks About Travel

Nov 29, 2018
Rick Steves

Among travelers, Rick Steves is an icon. He has written guidebooks for countries all over Europe. His public TV programs have been watched by millions and his public radio program is carried by more 400 stations around the world, including our KSFC.

Steves will be on stage at Spokane’s Bing Crosby Theater tonight [Thursday] to talk about his book, “Travel as a Political Act.”

Rick Steves views travel as one of the essential elements of a well-lived life.

Inland Journal, April 27, 2017

Apr 27, 2017

This week on the Inland Journal, thousands of boat owners in Washington and Idaho will have to take an extra step this year as they relicense their watercraft. For some it won’t be easy. Washington’s governor is in bill signing mode. We’ll tell you about a few of the state’s new laws. The head of the Public Broadcasting System stops in Spokane to talk about preserving federal funding for public broadcasting. And we’ll learn more about how so-called ‘adventure travel’ is changing to become more accessible to older travelers.