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    Reported shooting on Oakland, California freeway The Police Department confirmed that there are wounded The road is closed to traffic The Oakland Police Department, in California, reported a freeway shooting on Wednesday afternoon. Through a message posted on its official Twitter page, the Oakland Police Department revealed that they were collaborating with the California Highway Patrol (CHP) in the emergency caused by the shooting. The events occurred shortly after 4:00 in the afternoon on the highway known as 580 near 106th Avenue. In addition, the authorities confirmed that so far there are four victims injured and trafficking is stopped. Filed Under: Oakland Freeway Shootout
    One person was killed and dozens of homes destroyed after a fast-moving wildfire tore through a Southern California desert town near the Salton Sea, officials said Monday. The blaze began Sunday night in Niland, a small, poor agricultural community about 100 miles from San Diego. The Imperial County Public Health Department said on Twitter that about 40 homes were estimated to have been lost, but the fire has since been contained. UTAH WILDFIRE FORCES 13,000 TO EVACUATE AS STATE FACES CRITICAL FIRE WEATHER The Calipatria Fire Department told KESQ-TV that one body was found among fire damage in the town and authorities are investigating. A wind-driven wildfire has destroyed about 40 homes and forced evacuations as it tore through the...
    SAN FRANCISCO -- California schools will be taking a closer look at the impact of law enforcement on campuses. State Superintendent Tony Thurmond is set to announce the effort in a virtual press conference Wednesday at 9:30 a.m.The San Francisco School Board voted Tuesday night to sever its relationship with the police department, Mission Local reported. There are similar proposals under consideration in Oakland and San Jose.The California Department of Education will "accelerate research" into the potential harms caused by police intervention in schools."As communities across the nation call for police reforms in the wake of officer-involved killings of Black Americans, schools across California are re-examining their relationships with local law enforcement. While reports exist of effective programs that proactively...
    SAN FRANCISCO -- California schools will be taking a closer look at the impact of law enforcement on campuses. State Superintendent Tony Thurmond is set to announce the effort in a virtual press conference Wednesday at 9:30 a.m.The San Francisco School Board voted Tuesday night to sever its relationship with the police department, Mission Local reported. There are similar proposals under consideration in Oakland and San Jose.The California Department of Education will "accelerate research" into the potential harms caused by police intervention in schools."As communities across the nation call for police reforms in the wake of officer-involved killings of Black Americans, schools across California are re-examining their relationships with local law enforcement. While reports exist of effective programs that proactively...
    The FBI and California Department of Justice announced Monday that they will monitor the investigation of Robert Fuller’s death. In the span of a few days, both Robert Fuller and Malcolm Harsch were found hanging from trees in Southern California cities about 50 miles apart. There must be full and immediate investigations into their deaths. pic.twitter.com/KsF16dxpaO — African American Policy Forum (@AAPolicyForum) June 13, 2020 “It is in our interest to make sure we leave no rock unturned,” said Los Angeles county sheriff Alex Villanueva in a news conference obtained by the Guardian. Fuller’s death was ruled a suicide after he was found hanging from a tree near the Palmdale, California, city hall on June 10. (RELATED: Body Of Black...
    Police in California arrested a man on suspicion of murder following a drowning death in a swimming pool. Masoud Bitarafan, 34, was arrested in connection with the June 13 death in Claremont, The Inland Valley Daily Bulletin reports. A 39-year-old man was not breathing and did not have a pulse when the Los Angeles County Fire Department responded to a residential area, the Claremont Police Department said in a statement. TOP STORIES Four St. Louis police officers charged with beating undercover colleague Trump finalizes rule defining gender as a persons biological sex Zogby Poll: Trumps gonna win in 2020 The man was transported to Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center and later pronounced dead. His identity was not immediately released....
    RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) - A police officer in a Southern California city was arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl. Nicholas Stark, 28, was arrested last week, The Press-Enterprise reported Friday. The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department said the Fontana Police Department requested its assistance in an investigation of a suspected rape involving a victim who was drugged. TOP STORIES Speedway declares race a protest to skirt coronavirus rules, draws 2,000 MSNBC seeks $333k after defeating defamation suit filed over reporting of pro-Trump network OAN Bill de Blasio flips, now vows to defund New York police Stark was booked into San Bernardino County’s West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga Thursday and posted bail the next day....
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - California’s state prison system had its first known staff death due to the coronavirus, officials said, as well as the death of the 10th inmate from the virus. The prison department posted photographs of eight firefighters saluting from atop their trucks and a long procession of law enforcement and first-responder vehicles honoring California Rehabilitation Center Correctional Officer Danny Mendoza, 53. Mendoza, a 24-year veteran of the department, died Saturday after recently testing positive for the coronavirus, though the official cause of death will be determined by the Riverside County Coroner’s Office. TOP STORIES Lincoln Memorial, WWII Memorial defaced by vandals in rioting Van Jones: Forget the KKK, its the white, liberal Hillary Clinton supporter we should...