Several wildfires are still ravaging areas of Southern California, while firefighters continue to battle the flames. According to the Los Angeles Fire Department, progress has been made in containing the Los Angeles and Riverside County fires.
California Governor Gavin Newsom signed 15 new gun related bills into law on Friday, which some reports claim is the broadest gun regulation effort in the nation to date.
Police used DNA evidence to link a California man to a 1996 cold case. During a press conference Friday, Fresno’s police chief revealed 52-year-old Nick Stane was arrested in connection to the rape and murder of former Fresno State University student Debbie Dorian.
A charity event to honor the sacrifice of fallen officer Sergeant Ron Helus is postponed after officials expressed frustration over Republicans and Trump supporters being invited. One America’s Stephanie Myers has the details.
Kamala Harris is making her prosecutorial record a centerpiece of her presidential bid, but now the 2020 hopeful is backtracking on one of her most infamous proposals.
A naturalized U.S. citizen from China has been charged for “acting as an illegal foreign agent.” 56-year-old Xuehua Peng, also known as Edward, was working in the San Francisco area as a tour and sightseeing operator.
The White House and DOJ slam a recent federal court ruling to uphold the Flores agreement.
In separate statements this week, the office of the press secretary said the “ruling perpetuates” dangerous loopholes which allow “criminal cartels to smuggle children across the U.S.- Mexico border.”
California is continuing to work toward a solution to the state’s growing homelessness crisis. Lawmakers are passing new legislation, in hopes of combating one of the state’s most overwhelming problems. State Governor Gavin Newsom signed a package of bills on Thursday, which aim to reduce the number of homeless people living on the streets.
More than a dozen of Marines in California are formally charged for allegedly smuggling illegals and committing drug-related offenses. Friday, the Marine corps officially announced charges against 13 camp Pendleton-based marines who were arrested in July during an NCIS investigation into the human-smuggling operations.