BRNO, Czech Republic (AP) - A Northern California man is suspected of killing a family of 4 and is on the run in the Czech Republic and likely armed. The bodies of the four victims - identified by neighbors as a married couple and their two sons - were found by firefighters who came tackle a fire in a house in Brno, the country's second-largest city. Police identified the suspect as Kevin Dahlgren of Palo Alto. They say Dahlgren was born in 1992 and lives in Brno.
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (AP) - Three Bakersfield High School students have been arrested in connection with three small explosions on the school's campus this week. Police said the 15 and 16-year-olds were taken into custody on suspicion of possessing a destructive device and other alleged crimes. School officials say the incidents Monday were likely part of a prank.
VICTORVILLE, Calif. (AP) - The nation's two largest firefighting planes are moving out of Southern California. The Riverside Press-Enterprise says the firm that owns them, 10 Tanker, will move its corporate headquarters from Victorville to Casper, Wyo. in the next month or two. The planes will move around to where they're needed. They'll also continue to fight California fires under a "call when needed" state contract.
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, Calif. (AP) - Managers at the San Onofre nuclear generating plant made a "Star Trek"-themed safety video two years before the plant was shut down because of damaged water pipes. UT San Diego says the two-minute segment was filmed in 2010 and starred the plant's former chief nuclear officer dressed as Capt. James T. Kirk. It cost $800 and was staged in a control room training simulator. The video, aired Tuesday by KGTV-TV, shows Kirk talking about safety hazards and the need for team communication.
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