Police departments in Stockton, Elk Grove, Rancho Cordova and Rocklin will be getting more money to crack down on the illegal sale of tobacco products to kids. They're among more than 70 entities throughout California getting state grant money.
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An opioid prescription database that was supposed to be a required part of physician practice two years ago still isn’t ready to use. Patient advocates say it’s costing lives.
The federal lawsuit against California for restricting cooperation with federal immigration agents is the latest in a back-and-forth over so-called “sanctuary” policies. It also goes back to the Trump administration's first days — and even earlier.
Congressman McClintock Weighs In On Controversial Actions On Trade, Immigration, And Guns By Trump Administration
Congressman Tom McClintock discusses the sanctuary state lawsuit announced by Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday, Trump's proposed steel and aluminum tariffs, and the school shooting in Parkland, Florida.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions Calls California ‘Open Borders Radicals’; Gov. Jerry Brown Decries His Sacramento Speech As ‘Political Stunt’
Sessions spoke to local and state law-enforcement officials this morning in downtown Sacramento, where he decried California immigration policy that obstructs enforcement of federal rules. The governor called his speech “more like Fox News."
Attorney General Jeff Sessions spoke Wednesday morning at the Law Enforcement Legislative Day in Sacramento. Ben Bradford joins with an update on the Trump administration's lawsuit against California over sanctuary state policies.
(AP) - A report by the U.S. Department of Justice says there are numerous indicators of bias against minority groups by members of the San Francisco Police Department.
In a plea deal, Baca admitted he lied when he said he didn't know anything about efforts to obstruct an FBI probe into corruption and abuse in his department.
(AP) - California's auditor says a program to determine whether potentially dangerous people own guns is facing a serious backlog.
Thousands of people in California possess guns, even though the law says they should not. Today state Senators asked the California Department of Justice’s Bureau of Firearms why that number is so high.