In California there’s a unique program meant to keep guns out of the hands of people who aren’t allowed to own them. It’s called the Armed Prohibited Persons System, or APPS. The program has bipartisan support, but a stubborn backlog of cases. The problem was discussed in a state Senate hearing Thursday.
Reporter: Katie Orr
Two Years On, Mother of Slain Humboldt Student Still Seeks Answers
Charmaine Lawson travels over 700 miles from Southern California to the small city of Arcata in Humboldt County on the fifteenth of every month. It's been two years since her son was stabbed to death, but the police investigation still drags on, raising questions about the priorities of local law enforcement when it comes to crimes in which the victim is a person of color.
Reporter: Polly Stryker
The brother of an unarmed black man shot and killed by Sacramento Police last month has been arrested on felony charges and is being held without bail. The arrest comes as protests over Stephon Clark's death continue.
Reporter: Bob Moffitt
Checking in With McCarthy Constituents as GOP House Leadership Race Continues
If Republicans hold onto the House of Representatives in the November election, Bakersfield Congressman Kevin McCarthy is the odds-on favorite to be the next Speaker. But what do voters in McCarthy's district think about the possible promotion?
Reporter: Alex Hall