Four days after the Boston Marathon bombings, the victims are remembered by family, friends and the rest of the world.
President Barack Obama speaks at an inter-faith memorial service for the victims of the bombings at the Boston Marathon in Boston, Massachusetts April 18. Obama said, "We come together today to reclaim that state of grace -- to reaffirm that the spirit of this city is undaunted and the spirit of this country shall remain undimmed."
Martin Richard, 8, of Dorchester, Massachusetts was one of three people killed in the bombings. His father, William Richard, is asking people to "continue to pray for my family as we remember Martin." Richard's mother and sister are recovering from serious injuries sustained in the bombing.
A second victim was Krystle Campbell, 29, of Arlington, Massachusetts. "She was the best," Campbell's distraught mother, Patty, told reporters in a news conference. "You couldn't ask for a better daughter."
The third victim in Monday's Boston Marathon bombings has now been identified by Boston University as Lingzi Lu, a graduate student who was from China’s northeastern city of Shenyang. She was watching the race near the finish line when the bomb went off.
Patty Campbell (C), mother of victim Krystle Campbell, reads a statement to reporters, with her brother John Reilly (L) and son Billy at her side, in Medford, Massachusetts April 16.
Boston Celtics and Toronto Raptors players gather at center court for a moment of silence to honor victims prior to the start of their NBA basketball game in Toronto April 17.
Boston Bruins Dennis Seidenberg observes a moment of silence for the victims before the start of an NHL hockey game against the Buffalo Sabres at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts April 17.
Choir members walk into Boston University Marsh Chapel for a memorial service for Lu Lingzi in Boston, Massachusetts April 17.
A schoolmate of Martin Richards, Amira Myers and her mother Jacqueline walk away after leaving a teddy bear on the door step of Richard's home in the Dorchester neighborhood in Boston, Massachusetts April 16.
A photo of Lu Lingzi is seen outside the Boston University Marsh Chapel before her memorial in Boston, Massachusetts April 17.
Soccer squads stand in silence as a mark of respect for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings and the Hillsborough football stadium disaster, before their English Premier League soccer match at Emirates Stadium in north London April 16.
Traders observe a moment of silence to honor the victims and families before the opening bell on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, April 16.
Members of the Calgary Flames' observe a moment of silence before the start of their NHL hockey game against the Minnesota Wild in Calgary, Alberta, April 15.
People set up candles and flowers as they pray for victims of the bombings in Beijing, April 16.
A jogging shoe is seen at a makeshift memorial for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings on Boylston street in Boston.
Runners participate in a memorial run in tribute to the victims in Toronto, April 16.
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A Hurricane making its way through the Pacific Ocean is expected to bring high surf and strong currents to Ventura County south and southeast-facing beaches this week. Rescuers are urging the public to be cautious while entering the water, but surfers are enjoying the bigger sets.
It was a summer slam in Santa Barbara from what was once Hurricane Marie. Now it has been downgraded to a Tropical Storm, but the force coming in from the Pacific Ocean has roughed up some of our coastline.
A catalytic converter in a passing vehicle is suspected to be the cause of a brush fire that broke out Wednesday afternoon on the Harris Grade, near Lompoc. Firefighters were able to limit the blaze to less than 20 acres.