Today in L.A. News: a shooting at a San Bernardino elementary school has left two adults and one child dead in an apparent murder-suicide, a federal bill has been introduced that will inhibit I.C.E. agents from identifying themselves as "police officers," a new report details what employees of Yosemite National Park called a "hostile work environment" created by former superintendent Don Neubacher, Governor Jerry Brown has officially lifted the drought state-of-emergency, a new study finds that charter schools are being founded in neighborhoods that don't need them, today's weather, today marks the beginning of Passover and Holy Week, payouts arising from lawsuits against the L.A. County Sheriff's Department have dramatically increased, the LAPD will implement new hybrid police cars, and Kylie Jenner is getting her own reality show.

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