Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) issued a ground stop Sunday evening, Aug. 28, after an alert about a possible shooter.  The ground stop lasted 30 minutes and caused 27 arriving flights to be diverted. No shooter was found.  According to LAX operator Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), approximately 281 flights were delayed.  LAX police had earlier detained, questioned and eventually released a man in terminal 7 dressed in black, wearing a mask and carrying what ...

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