A survey conducted by the University of San Diego reveals that female officeholders are more likely to receive threats and harassment from members of the public.
A former La Habra, California police chief was convicted Thursday in connection with the January 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
Kevin Wilk, the City Council’s first Jewish member, was dismayed by the "pretty stunning comments.”
Police were called as the meeting quickly devolved into choas.
A new report documents the rise and influence of hate and extremism in California.
In addition to probing severity, the researchers will examine how threats of violence have impacted decision making by public officials.
California’s Extremists: Anti-Defamation League Finds Dozens of Officers and Several Elected Officials on Oath Keepers’ Membership Rolls
One of the law enforcement officers who appeared in the database is a sergeant with the Anaheim Police Department.
It's been nearly one month since a militia-led recall effort affiliated with the Proud Boys succeeded in ousting Supervisor Leonard Moty in Shasta County.
A bill introduced by Sacramento lawmakers on Thursday would give governing bodies greater authority to remove disruptive individuals from public meetings.
A school board president who led an effort against vaccine mandates appears to be the choice to replace Supervisor Leonard Moty.