On this episode of WTF California Podcast, we touch on weekend crime and shootings across the state. City of Antioch releases a not so special city council agenda which includes assistants for council members. Meanwhile, 5 Oakland Police officers were wrongly fired according to judge ruling. Sutter Health set to go on strike, while California Attorney General Rob Bonta attacks banks versus preaching personal responsibility. Plus more.
Articles From the Show:
- Antioch City Council to Hold Special Meeting to Discuss Assistants for Council Members, Other Items
- 3 Dead in 2 Late-Night Stockton Shootings Friday
- Concord police arrest juvenile in shooting death
- San Jose Police Investigate Eighth Homicide of Year
- Richmond PD: Woman stabs spouse’s father after argument
- California teen found alive in Utah nearly 3 years after disappearance
- DUI Driver Crashes in Hollister Cemetery, Damaging Gravestones
- San Bruno police arrest woman in hit-and-run, assault of officer
- Brazen Berkeley Bikejacking Latest in Spate of Robberies Targeting Cyclists
- 43 arrested, 2 mass shootings stopped during gang takedown operation, Fresno police chief says
- Oakland’s first big experiment in diverting 911 calls to mental health teams has launched. Will it help people on the streets?
- Judge: 5 officers wrongly fired in killing of homeless man
- Thousands of Sutter Health nurses ready to strike Monday across Bay Area
- What’s With CA Attorney General Rob Bonta’s Crusade Against Financial Institution Fees?
- AB 2777: ‘The Sexual Abuse Cover Up Accountability Act’
- SF, LA District Attorneys Accuse Law Firm of Shaking Down Small Business Owners