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Extra, Extra: Flags to Fly at Half Mast in Honor of Slain Riverside Officer

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LA flags will fly at half mast on Wednesday to honor the Riverside police officer allegedly killed by Christopher Dorner.
A Long Beach bank shut down after a false bomb threat.
A mother and daughter were found guilty of involuntary manslaughter after their neighbor died from injuries incurred by the duo's pit bull.
A school in Arcadia was shut down for the day because of links to Christopher Dorner.