In their fight for broad disclosure of police shooting records, media groups battle sheriff's union in court
The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Employees’ Benefit Assn. has asked the high court to block the release of records for any shootings or other incidents that occurred before Jan. 1, when the law takes effect. The union argues that the law cannot be applied retroactively.
As firefighters closed in on full containment of the massive Woolsey fire, evacuation orders were lifted over the weekend for some of the tens of thousands of people who fled.