Cleaning up 60 years of lead bullets and clay ducks from the shooting range on the shore of Lake Merced could cost San Francisco taxpayers as much as $10 million, city officials said.
The debate over California’s strict gun control laws is about to heat up in Sacramento and it’s all because of what CBS 5 reported a few weeks ago.
Security guards outnumber sworn peace officers four to one in this state according to the California Department of Consumer Affairs. But some firearms instructors are concerned about how armed guards are being trained.
Authorities say a North Bay teen charged in a drive-by shooting and the theft of a celebrity chef’s Lamborghini kept an arsenal that included assault rifles, phone-jamming equipment and a police uniform.
Every time California tightens up the assault weapons ban, the gun industry finds a way around it. The latest example involves a tiny device.
Several people were arrested and thousands of marijuana plants were seized in a massive drug raid Wednesday night at a warehouse in East Oakland, authorities said.
A man whose brother is accused of killing five people in San Francisco’s Ingleside neighborhood last month was ordered Thursday to stand trial on unrelated drug and weapons charges.
A convicted felon was arrested Friday after he accidentally fired a gun inside his Rohnert Park house, leading police to discover that he possessed several illegal weapons.
A Benicia man was arrested Thursday after police found 59 firearms and ammunition in his residence, a police lieutenant said Friday.
At Jose Ortiz’s San Jose food cart you can get tamales for $1.50, tacos for $1.75 and – according the feds – semiautomatic handguns for a few hundred bucks.