The coronavirus crisis is beginning to do something San Francisco has been unable to for years - move homeless people off the streets and into shelters.
Officials in Redding, California, reminded residents to flush only toilet paper after at least one person used shredded T-shirts and caused a clog.
Los Angeles gun stores were allowed to remain open despite coronavirus lockdowns after the county counsel contradicted an order from the sheriff’s office.
Gun shop owner Norris Sweidan took to Instagram to chastise first-time gun purchasers for their impatience and not opposing gun sales restrictions sooner.
The roughly minute-long footage, posted to Instagram on Saturday by activist art group, Indecline. It soon went viral on Twitter.
Jurisdictions in at least five states have begun releasing prisoners from jails to reduce the spread of the coronavirus, news reports said Friday.
Judge Larrie R. Brainard dismissed a misdemeanor charge of assault against 21-year-old Tatyana Hargrove on Thursday, Bakersfield.com reported.
Kori Ali Muhammad told police that he was just trying to “kill as many white men” as he could, jurors in his murder case heard Monday.
Social Justice Activist Reported 10 Racist Threats at College — Police Say She Made Them Against Herself
Anayeli DominguezPena, a former master’s student at a small California college, was arrested for allegedly reporting 10 fake racist threats.
David Delgaro is facing four years in prison after pleading no contest to beating a man for wearing a cap with “Make American Great Again” on it in Russian.