South Carolina Man Arrested In Ione For Attempted HomicideOne was arrested in Ione for attempted homicide and weapons charges, said the Amador County Sheriff's Office.
One Arrested For Narcotics And Weapons Charges In StocktonFriday morning one person was arrested for narcotics and firearm charges in Stockton, said the Stockton Police Department.
Weapons, Kidnapping, And Vandalism In Stockton Saturday NightIt was a dark night in Stockton Saturday night with three crimes to report.
Two People Arrested During Traffic Stop In Stockton On Weapons ChargesTwo people were arrested in Stockton on weapons-related charges Monday morning. 
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.
Galt Traffic Stop Leads To Weapons ArrestPolice in Galt say they stopped a vehicle for an expired registration Thursday night and ended up making a drug and gun arrest.
5 Alleged Gang Members Arrested In Multi-Agency Investigation, 36 Guns SeizedFive alleged gang members are behind bars Tuesday, arrested in a massive multi-agency investigation in the Central Valley. 
Navy SEALs Tell Congressman They Don't Have Enough Combat RiflesThe tip of the spear may be losing its edge. Navy SEAL teams don't have enough combat rifles to go around, even as these highly trained forces are relied on more than ever to carry out counterterrorism operations and other secretive missions, according to SEALs who have confided in Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif.
State Senator Leland Yee Pleads Not Guity To Racketeering ChargesA California state senator previously charged with bribery has pleaded not guilty to a new charge of racketeering.
Solano County Gun Buyback Event Gets Hundreds Of Weapons Off The StreetA gun buyback event by police in Solano County resulted in the dozens of different legal and illegal weapons being handed over.
3 Philippine Men Guilty Of Importing Military-Grade Weapons To US Three Philippine nationals caught in a sting operation in their native country were convicted Monday of importing military-grade weapons to the United States in a case that earned international attention last year because of a defense lawyer's contention that an undercover FBI agent spent U.S. taxpayer dollars on prostitutes.