"It makes me never want to call 911 again," Dave Reiling, told the Sacramento Bee.
By Associated Press
Here’s a look at the latest developments and what's next for the officers and families of victims involved.
By Erica R. Hendry, Joshua Barajas, Corinne Segal
The legislation would change the standard from using "reasonable force" to "necessary force." Some in law enforcement called the proposal "irresponsible and unworkable."…
By Don Thompson, Associated Press
A protester was knocked to the ground by a Sacramento County Sheriff's Department vehicle on Saturday, sustaining minor injuries.
By Michael D. Regan
By Kathleen Ronayne, Associated Press
“His back was turned — he didn’t get a chance,” said Latarria McCain, who joined several hundred Friday in a protest that lasted more than four hours.
By Joshua Barajas
While Sacramento County officials said earlier this week that Clark died of gunshot wounds, a final autopsy report from the Sacramento County Coroner won't be available until weeks from now, so the family sought a second, independent autopsy for Clark's…
UPDATE: Stephon Clark was hit by eight bullets in a deadly encounter with police earlier this month, an independent autopsy released by his family Friday show. The autopsy, detailed at a news conference Friday by Dr. Bennet Omalu, a medical…
Gospel music echoed and tears flowed as family and friends gathered at Stephon Clark's funeral in Sacramento, California. Clark's killing by two police officers in his grandmother's backyard has sparked unrest that has brought parts of the city to a…
Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg says the city won't wait to do a thorough review of the police department's policies, protocols and training after the shooting death of 22-year-old Stephon Clark. Steinberg joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the ways Sacramento has…
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