- Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert tells KFBK the recent smash and grab robberies are the result of California laws that are weak on crime, specifically Prop 47.
- The Oakland Mayor is looking to reverse plans of diverting funding from the police department to social services. Mayor Libby Schaff announced yesterday that she will push to reverse planned cuts and try to quickly hire more officers. This comes amid a recent spike in violent crime and homicides in the city.
- A Northern California town is declaring itself a 'constitutional republic' to protest COVID-19 mandates. The 'final straw' for Oroville Vice Mayor Scott Thomson was a requirement that schoolchildren must be vaccinated in order to attend in-person classes. By declaring itself a constitutional republic, Oroville will not enforce any executive order by the state or federal government that 'violates' the protected rights of its citizens. Some saw the declaration as a stand for freedom, while others saw it as a step backwards in the fight against the pandemic.
- Convicted murderer Scott Peterson is being moved from San Quentin in preparation of his resentencing hearing. The California Supreme Court overturned Peterson's death sentence last year for killing his wife and unborn child, stating that the judge left out prospective jurors who were opposed to the death penalty. Peterson has been moved to the San Mateo County Jail, with his resentencing hearing scheduled for next week.
- How is the Amish community handling COVID? Sharyl Attkisson made it her mission to find out.
- Senators Ted Cruz and Rand Paul are reacting to Dr. Fauci's recent CBS interview, saying America's "top doctor" is dangerous.
- NBA Star Enes Kantor came to America from Turkey and now that he's been granted u-s citizenship, he's changed his name to Enes Kantor Freedom. In a video posted on social media, he explains why he did it.