Here is the latest Southern California news from The Associated Press

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. (AP) — A man charged with a deadly rampage at Los Angeles International Airport last month that left a Transportation Security Administration officer dead and three others injured will make his first court appearance. Paul Ciancia (see-AHN'-see-uh) will have his first hearing today at a San Bernardino County jail facility where he's being housed in federal custody. Ciancia will not be asked to enter a plea.

SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) — Crews were working last night to restore power to nearly 6,000 Southern California Edison customers in Santa Monica. The outage was caused when three wires went down. Utility spokeswoman Jennifer Manfre had no immediate information on what caused the wires to snap.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Police say a 7-year-old boy has died of injuries sustained in a drive-by shooting in West Los Angeles. Det. Gus Villanueva tells the Los Angeles Times that the boy was pronounced dead at a hospital last night. He was sitting in a parked car Monday night when a white car drove up and someone inside opened fire.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Der Wienerschnitzel isn't just a hot dog stand anymore — it's a tasty bite of history. The Los Angeles City Council has declared the chain's very first stand in the Wilmington area as a city landmark. The drive-thru was built in 1961. Wienerschnitzel, by the way, isn't a hot dog but a breaded veal cutlet.