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UCLA reopens after shooting leaves professor dead

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>> Classes set to resume at UCLA Thursday, less than 24 hours after a murder-suicide left two men dead and plunged the campus into a panic. The coroner identifying one of the men fatally shot as 39 year old engineering professor, William Klug. Authorities declining to identify the other gunman involved in the shooting.
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The incident sent the campus into lockdown Wednesday. Reuters correspondent Alex Dobuzinskis was there.>> The whole thing unfolded with a campus wide alert, letting people know there was an active shooter and that it was occurring in this engineering building behind me. Now I've spoken to a couple researchers who were in an office room in that building and they received these alerts on their emails and they stayed in their locked room until officers with rifles came in and escorted them out.
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>> LAPD Chief Charlie Beck said police recovered what may turn out to be a suicide note and a gun at the scene.>> And in a way that allows us to make sure there are no other participants.