A sailor and a civilian died after a shooting at Naval Station Norfolk in Virginia late Monday night, the U.S. Navy said.
The incident took place at Pier 1 around 11:20 p.m., according the station's Facebook page.
No other injuries were reported.
Naval Station Norfolk was briefly locked down before the restriction was lifted.
Authorities did not release details about the shooting. But spokesman Jim Moir said the civilian suspect was shot and killed by Navy Security Forces.
The smell of smoke was reported in a plane that landed at California's Oakland International Airport late Wednesday, officials said.
SkyWest Flight 4454 arrived from Los Angeles International Airport on time, landed and taxied to the gate normally. There were 75 passengers and 4 crew members on board the CRJ 900 aircraft at the time.
The reported smell of smoke was noticed shortly after landing, said Delta Air Lines spokesman Russell Cason. SkyWest is a Delta subsidiary.
There were no injuries or damage reported, and passengers disembarked at the gate, airport spokesman Scott Witner said.
Authorities could not find the source of the smoke, and fire officials have left the scene, he said.