San Francisco City Leaders Declare NRA 'A Domestic Terrorist Organization' By a unanimous vote, San Francisco's Board of Supervisors have passed a resolution declaring the National Rifle Association a domestic terrorist organization and urging other cities to follow their example.
Clock's Ticking; State Lawmakers Eye Bills On Vaccines, Guns, Housing California state lawmakers have just two weeks remaining in their session to sort through hundreds of bills, some addressing volatile topics such as vaccinating children and shootings by police.
Study: Half Of Guns Used In Alameda County Crimes Not RegisteredOnly half of the guns used to commit crimes in Alameda County last year were registered in California and less than 10 percent were registered to the person who committed the crime, according to a study released this week by District Attorney Nancy O'Malley.
UC Study: 'Red Flag' Laws Can Play Role In Preventing Mass ShootingsThere's new evidence that one intervention could play a role in reducing the violence: "red flag" orders.
Hundreds in San Francisco Join Nationwide 'Recess Rally' for Gun ControlHundreds of people rallied outside of San Francisco City Hall on Saturday morning to demand new gun control legislation in response to several mass shootings and an ongoing epidemic of gun violence.
San Jose Gun Owners May Be Required To Buy Liability Insurance Under Mayor's ProposalAll San Jose gun owners could be required to purchase liability insurance for their weapons under a new city ordinance proposed by Mayor Sam Liccardo on Monday.
San Rafael Mayor Orders Flags At Full-Staff, Vows Action On GunsCity flags in San Rafael are flying at full-staff again Monday.
Housing, Guns, Vaccines, Worker Rights Bills Await Legislature in Final MonthCalifornia lawmakers returning to work Monday still have lots to do before they adjourn for the year on Sept. 13.
Gun Violence Top Topic at East Bay Congressman's Town HallRecent mass shootings have put gun control on the minds of the many East Bay residents who turned out for a packed town hall with congressman Mark DeSaulnier Thursday night.
San Rafael Mayor To Keep Flags At Half Staff To Protest Inaction On Gun ControlCommunities across the country have lowered their flags to half staff to honor the victims of the mass shootings, but one Bay Area city plans to keep them down as an act of protest.
State's New Ammo Check Law Thwarts More Than 100 Illegal PurchasesCalifornia's new ammunition background check law in its first month stopped more than 100 people from buying bullets illegally, officials said late Monday.