California Democrats Advance Sweeping Gun-Control BillsAmong the proposals is one that would require people to turn in or destroy magazines capable of holding more than 10 bullets.
Sacramento Preacher On Comments After Orlando Mass Shooting: 'I Don’t Regret Anything I Said'A Sacramento Baptist preacher behind a controversial sermon about the Orlando mass shooting is defending his comments.
Disneyland Visitors See Increased Presence Of Uniformed Officers In Wake Of Orlando Mass ShootingVisitors to Disneyland in Anaheim say they’ve encountered stepped-up security in the wake of the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.
San Bernardino Sends Orlando Message Of Solidarity: 'We Went Through This'"We’re sending Orlando a message of solidarity. We went through this," said Javier Hernandez, a vigil organizer Monday.
West Hollywood Nightclub Beefs Up Security In Wake Of Orlando Mass ShootingThe Abbey had 36 security guards, 4 of them armed, working during the L.A. Pride festivities last weekend.
Lady Gaga Joins Thousands At LA Vigil To Honor Victims Of Orlando Mass ShootingThousands of people attended a vigil in downtown Los Angeles Monday to remember and honor the victims of the deadly attack at a gay nightclub in Orlando.
Names Of 49 Victims Killed In Orlando Nightclub Massacre ReleasedThe victims include retail workers, accountants, journalists and students. The youngest was 18. The oldest was 50.
Some Members Of SoCal's LGBT Community Feel Unsafe In Wake Of Mass Shooting In OrlandoThe mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando has led some members of the LGBT community in Southern California to feel unsafe.
Northridge Muslim Family Worries About Backlash From Orlando MassacreSuroor Raziuddin says she and her daughters don't wear headscarfs in public for fear of backlash.
Vigil For Orlando Victims To Be Held At LA City HallA large crowd is expected to gather outside Los Angeles City Hall Monday night for a vigil in memory of the people killed during a weekend shooting spree at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida.
OC Congressmen Downplay Meeting With Gunman's DadThree members of Congress -- two of them from Southern California -- are downplaying their encounters with the father of the gunman at the Orlando gay nightclub, calling the meetings short and insignificant.