3 Things to Know for Tuesday, April 11

Women’s lacrosse will play for their fifth straight win. (Courtesy of Joseph V. Labolito/Temple University)

New details on San Bernardino school shooting:

  • Fifty-three-year-old Cedric Anderson is responsible for the murder-suicide that took place at North Park Elementary School on Monday. Anderson walked into the special-education classroom and started shooting, killing an 8-year-old and the teacher, Karen Smith, who was Anderson’s estranged wife. Anderson then committed suicide. North Park will be closed for at least Tuesday and Wednesday and counselors were made available for students, family, and staff.

United Airlines passenger dragged off plane, sparks outrage:

  • A man was dragged off an overbooked United Express Flight on Sunday night at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport by Chicago Aviation Department security officers. The man refused to give up his seat because he said he was a doctor with patients to see the following morning. Backlash against United ensued on Monday as a video recorded by a passenger on Flight 3411 showing the incident went viral on social media. United’s CEO Oscar Munoz released a statement on Monday apologizing for how the event was handled.

Temple women’s lacrosse:

  • The Temple women’s lacrosse team returns home to host Butler on Wednesday in a BIG EAST matchup. The Owls will be looking for their fifth straight win. Temple enters sitting in the second position in the BIG EAST standings, while Butler is ranked last in the conference.

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