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Paul Ciancia

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  • Slain TSA agent honored with memorial flag ceremony at LAX

    Slain TSA agent honored with memorial flag ceremony at LAX
    Police and emergency vehicles made a slow two laps around Los Angeles International Airport on Wednesday to honor the TSA agent slain in a shooting rampage there just five days before. The motorcade honoring Gerardo I. Hernandez -- a 39-year-old...
  • Corralling the loners

    Another crazed, furious loner shocks the world. This time I'm a little too close to the edge of the chaos. I gape at the TV in disbelief: I'm supposed to fly out of Los Angeles Airport -- Terminal 3, no less -- that afternoon, but all I see is footage of...
  • For travelers stuck in LAX shooting, getting refunds should be easier

    For travelers stuck in LAX shooting, getting refunds should be easier
    Airlines and hotels don't have the best track record for showing compassion to travelers who face emergency situations. Refunds and fee waivers can be hard to come by. But Manhattan Beach resident Laura Mandracchia experienced a very different level...
  • LAX shooting: Moment of silence planned for slain TSA agent

    The Transportation Security Administration and airports nationwide will observe a moment of silence at 9:20 a.m. Friday in honor of Gerardo I. Hernandez, the screener who was killed in the line of duty during last week’s shooting at Los Angeles...
  • Pictures in the News | Nov. 5, 2013

     
    In Tuesday's Pictures in the News TSA agents hold a  candlelight vigil for their slain coworker, Gerardo I. Hernandez, at Dockweiler State Beach in Los Angeles. A gunman identified by police as Paul Anthony Ciancia, 23, carried an assault-style rifle...
  • Man arrested after removing unloaded gun from luggage at LAX

    A 27-year-old San Jose man was arrested Friday night on suspicion of brandishing an unloaded gun at Los Angeles International Airport’s Terminal 3, a week after a shooting at the same terminal left an airport security officer dead and three others...
  • Governor, Californians split on gun legislation

    SACRAMENTO — Lots of gun rumblings. The blood keeps spilling. And the carnage spreads. Start with the LAX shootings. The gun used by the government-hater to kill a checkpoint screener and wound three others? It was the type of firearm that would...
  • Slain TSA agent's funeral: 'I'm just grateful for what TSA does'

    Slain TSA agent's funeral: 'I'm just grateful for what TSA does'
    As law enforcement officers milled about the parking lot of the L.A. Memorial Sports Arena on Tuesday morning, the sound of a bagpipe faintly playing in the distance, Renee Kinner stood near the entrance, waiting to go inside. Kinner, 59, choked up as...
  • LAX shooting suspect upgraded to fair condition

    LAX shooting suspect upgraded to fair condition
    The man suspected in a deadly shooting rampage at Los Angeles International Airport has been upgraded from critical to fair condition at an area hospital. Officials at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center announced the upgraded condition on Tuesday, 11...
  • L.A. Mayor Garcetti launches teddy bear drive for victims

    L.A. Mayor Garcetti launches teddy bear drive for victims
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti sent an email blast to his supporters Tuesday, but this time he wasn't asking for campaign donations or votes. Instead, he was seeking stuffed animals. The mayor is collecting teddy bears to be given out at the scene of...
  • Slain TSA agent recalled for bravery and valor

    Slain TSA agent recalled for bravery and valor
    Eleven days after he was killed in an airport shooting, TSA Agent Gerardo I. Hernandez was hailed as a devoted family man, a dedicated worker and, on more than one occasion, a hero. Scores of law enforcement officers and a few top federal officials,...
  • TSA behavior-monitoring program may not be worth the cost, GAO says

    TSA behavior-monitoring program may not be worth the cost, GAO says
    WASHINGTON — The Transportation Security Administration, already under a harsh spotlight due to the shooting attack this month at Los Angeles International Airport, has spent nearly a billion dollars in recent years on a passenger behavior-...