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A day after a Marine Corps veteran stormed into a country music dance hall in California and opened fire into the crowd, killing 12 people, investigators said there is no clear motive behind the attack.
Hundreds of people gathered Thursday evening to remember the dozen people shot and killed by a Marine veteran at the packed Borderline Bar & Grill the night before.
One of the safest cities in America is struggling to cope with the trauma of a mass shooting while authorities are trying to figure out what sent a Marine veteran on a bloody rampage in Southern California
By Alex Dobuzinskis THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (Reuters) - The FBI is hoping to build a clear profile of a former U.S. Marine combat veteran who ...
Twelve people were killed when a gunman opened fire at a California bar.
CALIFORNIA fires across Ventura County are forcing thousands of residents to flee days after a deadly mass shooting killed 12 in their Thousand Oaks community.
Twelve people died late Wednesday after a gunman opened fire on a crowd gathered for a weekly country music dance night popular with college students at a bar in Thousand Oaks, California.
The victims of the California bar shooting include an actress' niece, an aspiring soldier and a hero sheriff's sergeant.
Ian David Long, a former US marine, found dead at the scene after 12 people were killed at the Borderline Bar and Grill on Wednesday night
Ian David Long, 28, stormed into the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks, California on Wednesday night, firing into the crowd before turning the gun on himself.
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (AP) — Barely a year after surviving a massacre at a country music festival in Las Vegas, Brendan Kelly found himself in a terrifyingly familiar scene. Kelly, 22, said he was dancing with friends at a bar in suburban Los Angeles on Wednesday night when the bullets began flying. When the gunfire was over, 12 people were dead, including a Navy veteran who had lived through the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history a year ago. "I already didn't wish it on anybody to begin with for the first time," Kelly said outside his home in Thousand Oaks. "The second time around doesn't get any easier."