Possible mass shooting in Hollywood averted | LiveNOW from FOX

Los Angeles police officials are thanking the public and security staff for preventing a possible mass shooting from taking place. This comes after police found a sniper rifle, two assault rifles and a "thousand of rounds" of ammo from the home of a man who lived in a Hollywood high-rise apartment with large windows. The Los Angeles Police Department responded to a call of a man possibly suffering from a mental health crisis, saying the security guards at the high-rise building located at Sunset Boulevard and Gordon Avenue reported a resident had been making threats. Officers then searched the 25-year-old suspect's Hollywood home and found all the aforementioned weapons on the 18th floor – where he lives. Officials later identified the suspect as Braxton Kyle Johnson. One neighbor said Johnson had mentioned he had a military background and that Johnson believed the CIA was after him. More LiveNOW from FOX streaming video

10 people shot in Florida drive-by attack

Ten people were wounded when several gunman opened fire in a drive-by shooting Monday afternoon in Lakeland, Florida, east of Tampa. During a news conference on Monday night, the Lakeland police chief said the attack appeared "targeted" and "not random." As of that news conference, the shooters had not been located or identified.

7 dead after shootings in Half Moon Bay, California

At least seven people are dead and a suspect is in custody after two separate shootings in Half Moon Bay, California. FOX 2 San Francisco's Allie Rasmus joined LiveNOW from FOX's Josh Breslow with the latest on the investigation.