California Bill Would Make It Easier To Sue Gun-MakersSome Democratic California lawmakers want to make it easier for people to sue gun companies for liability in shootings that cause injuries or deaths, a move advocates said Tuesday is aimed at getting around a U.S. law that prevents such lawsuits and allows the industry to act recklessly.
Stockton Traffic Stop Leads To Police Finding Gun, Drugs In VehicleA person has been arrested after a traffic stop in Stockton after a gun and drugs were found in their car Wednesday night.
Stockton Church Deacon Dead, Parishioner in Critical Condition After Apartment ShootingAn evidence marker and dried blood remain on the apartment’s sliding glass door from the night of the violent encounter.
Shooting, Chase, And Crash Leaves Woodland Neighbors On EdgeA wild shooting in Woodland forced people in several neighborhoods to take cover.
UC Davis Study: COVID-19 Concerns Causing Spike In Sales To First-Time Gun OwnersA new UC Davis study indicates gun sales have spiked in California since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, and many people buying firearms are first-time gun owners.
12-Year-Old Boy Accidentally Shot by 10-Year-Old Sister In TurlockA make-believe game between a pair of young siblings took a scary turn inside their Turlock home.
Woodland Residents Concerned About Increase In ShootingsThe small town of Woodland is starting to see big city problems with an uptick in shootings. One left a teenager dead one day shy of his 17th birthday.
Modesto City Council Approves Law Banning Weapons At RalliesThe central California city of Modesto has banned firearms, glass bottles, baseball bats and other items that can be used as weapons at rallies and protests.
Three Gun-Related Arrests Made In 2 Days In VacavillePolice in Vacaville say they have made three separate gun-related arrests over the last two days.
Ammo Background Checks Add New Fee And Regulation To Gun IndustryStarting Monday, people are required to get a background check to buy ammunition and dealers are already reporting delays and glitches in the online system.
Judge Again Halts High-Capacity Ammunition Magazine Sales In CaliforniaA federal judge on Friday halted sales of high-capacity ammunition magazines in California, giving state officials a chance to appeal his order last week that allowed their sale for the first time in nearly 20 years.
A Federal Bump Stock Ban Starts Tuesday. Here's What That Means For OwnersUnless a court intervenes, a federal ban on bump stocks -- attachments that essentially allow shooters to fire semiautomatic rifles continuously with one pull of the trigger -- will start March 26, 2019.
Stockton Police Find Three Guns In A ThermosThree handguns are off the street in Stockton after police say they found them in a thermos.
Massive Gun And Drug BustThe San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office conducted the searches yesterday.
Stockton Police Nab Dangerous High Capacity Magazines In SearchTwo men are behind bars on multiple weapons charges following a probation search.