PHOENIX (AP) — The Latest on problems with the baggage-screening system at Phoenix's airport (all times local):
The TSA says it is screening checked bags normally again at the Phoenix airport after fixing a computer problem and testing the system overnight.
The technical problems caused more than 3,000 checked bags to miss their flights out of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport on Thursday. At least one airline chose to send bags to other airports for screening.
Transportation Security Administration spokesman Nico Melendez says it's "not clear at this time what the problem was" with the screening system and that testing is continuing Friday.
Melendez says bags that were delayed a day earlier have since been screened and are heading to passengers.
The agency says the problems only affected Sky Harbor.