These days, travel by air has become increasingly common, both for business and leisure travel. We are exposed to low levels of radiation when we fly. Learn about radiation from air travel through this video from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
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Radiation from air travel
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The TSA Precheck streamlines and speeds up the passenger screening process at security checkpoints at airports. Passengers enrolled in the program do not need to remove shoes, laptops, liquids, belts and light jackets.
Kansas has places where the trilogy of rolling topography, flowing water and cracked limestone all come together. Four of the best waterfalls in Kansas are within a 25-minute drive of tiny Sedan, a Chautauqua Hills town 90 miles southeast of Wichita. (Video by Michael Pearce / Kansas.com)
Fly over canyons and pinnacles of Little Jerusalem in Logan County, Kansas. The Niobrara chalk formations are the same kind of rock found in the Badlands of South Dakota, dating back millions of years. The 100-foot-deep canyons are part of a 330-acre tract purchased by the Nature Conservancy of Kansas that will soon be open to the public. (Video by Bo Rader / The Wichita Eagle)
Matt Bain, Smoky HIlls Ranch project manager, gives a tour of "Little Jerusalem," a mile-long rock formation in western Kansas, that will someday be open to the public and become one of Kansas’ top natural attractions. (Video by Bo Rader / Kansas.com)
The first ever Wichita Taco Fest was greeted by lines of hundreds of hungry Wichitans waiting to get into the event where several local and regional vendors were selling their tacos. (Video by Travis Heying/The Wichita Eagle)