Las Vegas Shooting Update

It’s been five days since the horrific mass shooting in Las Vegas that left at least 58 people dead and more than 500 injured. We get an update from Nevada Public Radio’s Joe Schoenmann on the investigation into shooter Stephen Paddock’s motives and how families, friends and the Las Vegas community are working to pick up the pieces.

Gun Control Debate

In the wake of the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history, renewed calls for stricter gun laws are reigniting a national debate. We look at California’s track record of gun control and whether increased regulation can be effective in preventing incidents like the tragedy in Las Vegas.

Guests:

  • Allison Anderman, Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence, managing attorney
  • Lois Beckett, The Guardian senior reporter

U.S. Supreme Court Fall Term

The U.S. Supreme Court’s docket this fall includes a number of cases with significance for California. UC Hastings law professor Rory Little offers analysis on several cases with potentially lasting impact on immigration, data privacy and First Amendment rights.

Museum of Ice Cream

Rhinestone-studded popsicles, a pool filled with a million sprinkles and an ice cream “flavor of the week” are all part of the experience at the new Museum of Ice Cream. KQED’s Sheraz Sadiq gets a rare tour from co-founder Madison Utendahl. Located at 1 Grant Avenue in San Francisco, the museum opened its doors in September 2017 and will run through February 2018.

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