Only a handful of people have been arrested — until this week.
Sacramento police detained a Sacramento Bee reporter in handcuffs.
It's not too late for California to charge the cops who shot and killed unarmed black man Stephon Clark
The district attorney won't charge the Sacramento Police officers who shot and killed Clark, who only had an iPhone on him, in his grandmother's backyard.
“I just wanted to know if you started planning your wedding before you killed Stephon Clark or after,” a protester asks in the video.
Sacramento police waited to call for help after shooting Stephon Clark because they thought he was "pretending"
"Let's have the next unit get, just bring a non-lethal in case he's pretending," one officer said.
The department wants every officer to verbalize their reasons before even touching the button.
Police in California are pushing back on a new bill that could be a game changer for how officers are treated under the law when they kill civilians.
The NBA team has established an education fund for Clark's children and connected with advocacy groups
Clark’s family hired their own medical examiner to perform a second autopsy after expressing skepticism over the conclusions drawn by the county.
The playback of the officer’s gunshots is still jarring—clapping against your eardrums never quite when expected.
"Certainly a terrible incident," Sarah Huckabee Sanders said. “This is something that is a local matter."
Sacramento police can't explain why officers muted their body cameras after killing unarmed black man
Stephon Clark was in his grandmother’s backyard on March 18 when two Sacramento police officers shot at him 20 times.