A bloody rampage in Louisiana leaves three people dead, including the 2 year-old grandson of the shooter.
Police say a man came to the home of his estranged wife, then opened fire, killing his 26 year-old son, his estranged wife, and his grandson.
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A man shot his estranged wife, son and 2-year-old grandson to death and critically wounded his pregnant daughter-in-law at their rural Louisiana home, then killed himself as police tried to pull over his car 20 minutes later, authorities said.
As crews contained more than half of a deadly wildfire near Los Angeles, authorities found two more burned homes amid a trail of destruction that has already included dozens of scorched residences and the lives of two firefighters.