We're continuing to follow developments out of Los Angeles tonight. Where 23- year-old Paul Ciancia shot and killed a T-S-A AGENT and wounded two others. Federal authorities say the agent's name who was killed is Gerardo Hernandez. He was 39-years old. Hernandez is the first T-S-A agent killed in the line of duty. We're learning more about the gunman tonight. Authorities say he had a hand-written note criticizing the government. The L-A fire department says a half-dozen people were taken to the hospital after the shooting. They include the officer who died, 2 other shooting victims, and one person who suffered from a broken ankle. The mayor of Los Angeles says the shooter had 100 more rounds of ammunition. 3 Investigators are trying to figure out why 23-year-old Paul Ciancia pulled out a rifle and started shooting inside a Los Angeles airport. Airports nationwide, including J-I-A ... beefed up security immediately after the shooting. Tim Pulliam is live tonight with how JIA responded locally to what was happening on the West Coast... Tim? 3 Well we learned tonight Airport police did not change their alert status after today shooting at LAX Airport.But they quickly increased police presence around the airport terminals. 3 00-05 30-3742-5052-551:07-1:15 LAX airport shut down for hours Friday morning as airport police and investigators try to take down a man who shot and killed a TSA worker.But for the most part it was business as usual at Jacksonville International Airport.Airport police say today they were in constant contact with federal investigators to see if JIA would be affected.It wasn't. But officers say measures were taken to put passengers at ease.Lt. Mark Stevens/Airport Police 104722 We have pulled in more personnel to increase our invisible presence at the airport. We've brought them in to give the public a good feeling of flying safe here. And passengers we talked to didn't seem worried.Art Carver/passenger 104854 I feel like there is safety in most airports and I have been flying around the world for a long time and I feel safe doing it.Rob Tetrault/passenge r 105600 No not if I'm not going there.. Usually it's a one time incident. It doesn't bother me at all.If a similar attack were to happen, Former FBI Agent Wayne Rieley says federal officers routinely patrol the airport alongside police and would be ready to respond.Wayne Rieley/ Attorney and former, FBI Agent.170956 The bureau would get a call. Probably not from the first responding officer but somebody from the dispatch office and then they would mobilize their own units and start sending people that way.' If you are flying out tomorrow, JIA encourages you to check the status of your flight using your air carrier's website.We're live tonight tim pulliam ch 4 tls. 3 So Tim...What should people do if they are flying out of Jacksonville International Airport tomorrow?