LOS ANGELES - Operations are returning to normal at Los Angeles International Airport following Friday's shooting that killed a TSA agent and closed parts of the airport.
Airport officials say LAX's Terminal 3 is open as of early Saturday afternoon.
Travelers who left their belongings behind in the shooting's aftermath are asked to work with their airline to claim possessions.
The 100-foot pylons at LAX will be lit blue this weekend in honor of the agent who was killed in the shooting.
Authorities say 23-year-old Paul Ciancia strolled into Terminal 3 Friday, pulled a semi-automatic rifle from his duffel bag and started firing at Transportation Security Administration officers.
Gerardo I. Hernandez was fatally shot. He was the first TSA official in the agency's 12-year history to be killed in the line of duty.
Friend and former TSA co-worker Kevin Maxwell told KNBC-TV that Hernandez was a family man.
Maxwell says Hernandez was proud of his son, who played football.
TSA Administrator John Pistole was set to meet with Hernandez's family Saturday afternoon.
Fellow screeners and law enforcement officials wore black mourning bands in Hernandez's memory.
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