Police Say an Alleged Plot Has Been Interrupted

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According to Police in South Pasadena, two teenagers said they were willing to die in a shootout after killing as “many people as possible.” They’re under arrest, but no guns have been found. We’ll talk with the Mayor and ask a specialist about how to detect any warning signs.

Also tonight, Austin Beutner talks about his plans as the new publisher of the Los Angeles Times. Will he beef up local coverage? What about foreign news? And what happened to Beutner’s plans to buy the paper?

Banner Image: News crews gather outside South Pasadena High School in South Pasadena, California August 19, 2014. Police in the Los Angeles suburb of South Pasadena said on Monday they had thwarted a mass shooting plot with the arrest of two teenagers who were conspiring to kill several staffers and as many fellow students as possible at their high school. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson



Warren Olney