Thousands Attend Memorial for Slain Palm Springs Officers
The Palm Springs community remembered two police officers killed in the line of duty. The shooting happened earlier this month as the two officers responded to a domestic disturbance call.
Rep. Ami Bera, Sheriff Scott Jones Square Off in Congressional Debate
One of the most competitive congressional races in the state is taking place in Sacramento. A recent debate for the 7th District seat played out as a microcosm of recent presidential debates. Sheriff Scott Jones was grilled over allegations of sexual harassment, but quickly put Bera on the defensive over an elections ethics case that will send Bera's father to prison. Jones was also asked to explain his recent decision to drop his support of Donald Trump.
Asian-Americans Under-Surveyed in Political Polling
Asian-Americans make up nearly 15 percent of California's population, yet they're often ignored in political polling. That of course has a cascading effect: if they're not surveyed in polling, they're not heard by those running for political office. Research released today by the liberal Ballot Initiative Strategy Center shows California's Asian-Americans want to be counted.
Ballot Measure Seeks to Regulate Ammunition Sales, Take Guns From Felons
Should ammunition be treated like guns are, with background checks for buyers and limits on who can sell? It's one of several questions facing voters within Proposition 63, a gun control measure sponsored by Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom.