The public will likely have another chance to trade in guns for gift cards—no questions asked—at a buyback event scheduled for next month.
In an exclusive interview, SJPD Chief Eddie Garcia speaks out on gun control laws, Black Lives Matter and how to create a safer society.
Polling done after two mass shootings shows that the American public and police have drastically different views on gun control. Why is that?
A years-long probe into bribery at the VA offices in Palo Alto resulted in seven people receiving sentences ranging from probation to prison time.
A year in review is rarely pretty, and 2015 was no exception. Here’s a brief list of the some of the biggest stories that made it a year to remember, and soon leave behind.
San Jose police shot and killed a man who allegedly reached for a handgun Sunday, marking the third officer-involved shooting in eight days.
Extensive records requests San Jose Inside filed with law enforcement agencies across the Bay Area show that the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office has become ground zero for concealed weapon permit requests.
Deadly encounters between police and citizens have increased in recent years. And while officer-involved shootings are nearly always ruled justified, mistakes are costly—both in lives and in the millions that the public pays to victims and their heirs.
After yet another mass killing involving guns, this time the shooting at U.C. Santa Barbara, it is time for the people to use their democratic remedies to rescind the U.S. Constitution’s Second Amendment.
Sunnyvale’s gun control measure, which includes a ban on gun clips holding more than 10 rounds, doesn’t violate the Second Amendment, a federal judge ruled Wednesday.