Thousands Of New Laws Take Effect In California On Jan. 1, 2020Californians will face more than a thousand new laws in 2020, including several significant laws effecting their safety, health, children's education and wallet.
Doctors Release New Recommendations To Reduce Gun ViolenceA wave of hate-filled gun violence has swept the United States in the past few days, and now a physicians' group is releasing new recommendations to reduce firearm injuries and deaths nationwide.
Fresno Man Arrested After Toddler Fatally Shoots Self With His GunA Northern California man has been arrested for allegedly leaving a loaded gun out in his home that a 2-year-old boy used to fatally shoot himself.
Trump Focuses on First Responders After Florida School ShootingThe president and first lady visited Broward Health North Hospital in Florida Friday, where he saw two victims and praised the doctors and nurses for their "incredible" job but he steered clear of the debate over gun violence.
Parents More Confident In Tweens' Ability To Handle Weather Emergency Than Finding A Gun, Study FindsA new ‘home alone’ report suggests that 82-percent of parents think that their tween-age children would know what to do in case of an emergency like a storm.
San Francisco Gun Safety Proposal Passed Unanimously By Board Of SupervisorsThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to pass a package of gun safety policies that has already prompted San Francisco’s last remaining gun shop to shutter its doors this week.
Silicon Valley Investors Create $1M Challenge To Boost Gun SafetyA group of Silicon Valley investors have launched a challenge with a $1 million prize for inventors to create new technologies to reduce gun violence.