Oklahoma airport resumes operations after shooting (UPDATE)
05:33(GMT+4)Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City has resumed operations after being closed for several hours following a fatal shooting, Associated Press reported.
The airport was shut down by police shortly after a Southwest Airlines employee was shot about 1 p.m. Tuesday. Michael Winchester died after being taken to a hospital following the shooting and a suspect was later found dead in a pickup truck in an airport parking garage.
Police and airport spokeswoman Karen Carney said about 6:30 p.m. that the airport had resumed operations.
03:36(GMT+4) A Southwest Airlines employee was shot outside Oklahoma City's Will Rogers World Airport on Tuesday and died after police closed the sprawling complex to search for his killer, Associated Press reported.
Oklahoma City police identified the victim as Michael Winchester, 52. A hometown wasn't listed. The airline said it was helping police officers with their investigation. Police have not detained a suspect in the shooting.
00:15(GMT+4) Police say one person has been shot at Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City, Associated Press reported.
The police department's Twitter account confirmed the incident.
Officer Megan Morgan said there was a shooting at the airport Tuesday afternoon, but had no other details.
Police asked people to avoid the airport, which is in southwest Oklahoma City.