Here’s a look at some of the state legislative proposals that became the law of the land when the clock struck Jan. 1 of the new year.
Anyone can anonymously turn in unwanted firearms to the Sheriff’s Office under a new county program.
The two men competing to be the next governor of California met for their first (and, alas, probably only) one-on-one stand-off.
March for Our Lives inspired San Jose resident Alan Hinman to channel his long-repressed personal trauma into community activism.
MUSD board president Daniel Bobay faced some backlash for expressing ambivalence about gun-toting teachers.
San Jose will discuss an ordinance that would require gun owners to lock up their weapons while they’re away or risk getting fined.
In an exclusive interview, SJPD Chief Eddie Garcia speaks out on gun control laws, Black Lives Matter and how to create a safer society.
Days after the mass shooting at at a gay nightclub in Orlando, anger gave way to action as California lawmakers advanced a raft of gun laws.
A federal appellate court struck down an attempt to void Sunnyvale’s restriction on high-capacity gun magazines, saying the ordinance is a reasonable effort to prevent gun violence.
Some 200 attendees—many of them former San Jose police officers—met at the California Theatre on Thursday to honor the life of Joseph McNamara, the city’s former police chief and “father of community policing.”