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Grammy Awards Security Tightened Amid Hunt for Dorner

LAPD officers were out in force in downtown during Sunday's Grammy Awards as police search for Christopher Dorner



    The Grammy Awards are getting underway amid tight security and a statewide dragnet to find a suspected cop killer on an alleged revenge mission.

    Los Angeles Police said the homes of 50 officers are being guarded Sunday night and the family members of 50 LAPD officers are under police protection.

    Big Bear Manhunt Will Resume "If Necessary": Sheriff

    [LA] Big Bear Manhunt Will Resume "If Necessary": Sheriff
    After three full days of searching, there was still no sign of Christopher Dorner in the mountains near Big Bear. San Bernardino County Sheriff s Department officials said they would continue the search on Sunday "if necessary." Jacob Rascon reports from Big Bear for the NBc4 News at 11 p.m. on Feb. 9, 2013. (Published Monday, Feb. 11, 2013)

    Police are searching for Christopher Dorner in connection with killing three people -- including a police officer -- and wounding two.

    Police from Las Vegas to the Mexican border are actively searching for the suspected cop killer.

    Video Shows Manhunt Suspect Dorner in National City

    [DGO] Video Shows Manhunt Suspect Dorner in National City
    Newly-released surveillance video shows ex-LAPD officer-turned-murder suspect Christopher Dorner tossing several items into a dumpster behind a National City store 48 hours before the crime spree that prompted a manhunt throughout the Southwest. NBC 7's Steven Luke reports. (Published Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013)