'This Is My Hope': Grandmother On Mission To Help Gun Violence VictimsTheresa Wallace showed us one of her most prized possessions — it came from her most devastating memory. Her grandson's dreadlock is all she has left after he was gunned down in Sacramento five years ago.
Stockton's Team Aims To Prevent Gun Violence Stemming From GangsAs the homicide rate climbs in the first three months of the year, police say non-fatal injury shootings are down by 23 percent compared to this time last year. The department attributes the decline partly to officers removing guns off the streets from people who should not be in possession of them, but it also credits the work of the city’s department of violence prevention.
Loved Ones Remember Tyrone Deloney, Who Died Saving Nieces And Nephews From Stockton Home Invasion GunmanA hero was killed in his final act of saving his own family. Tyrone Deloney is being remembered for paying the ultimate price and standing up to a gunman in a home invasion in Stockton.
Officer-Involved Shooting Sparks Talks On Curbing Gun Violence In StocktonAn officer-involved shooting is sparking a conversation among Stockton residents: how can the city curb gun violence?
Family’s Car Riddled With Bullets As They Drove Away From Tracy’s West Valley MallAll five people inside escaped unharmed. The driver is an expectant mother.
New McCarty Bill Targets Crime Gun Dealers In CaliforniaA new bill was signed by Governor Newsom which requires the Department of Justice to analyze their crime gun data in order to determine trends and patterns related to how crime guns are sold and trafficked.
Gov. Newsom Signs Gun Violence Prevention LawCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday signed a law that will make the state the first to allow employers, co-workers and teachers to seek gun violence restraining orders against other people.
Study: Armed Security Officers Are On The Rise In US SchoolsLast month's mass shooting at a Florida high school put renewed focus on the role of armed school security guards.
Americans Are More Likely To Die By Gun Violence Than Other Leading Causes Of DeathAttorneys with the Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence say a majority of mass shootings happen inside private homes.  Random, public shootings are rare, but gun deaths in general are not.