More Videos

Be careful with Christmas laser-light displays - pilots will thank you 0:27

Be careful with Christmas laser-light displays - pilots will thank you

Sheriff Scott Jones hosts ICE Acting Director amid loud boos and opposition 1:28

Sheriff Scott Jones hosts ICE Acting Director amid loud boos and opposition

Helping a neighborhood while helping the homeless 0:58

Helping a neighborhood while helping the homeless

Moving in out of the cold 1:04

Moving in out of the cold

Ski patrol explains avalanche control at Squaw Valley 1:40

Ski patrol explains avalanche control at Squaw Valley

Transgender rights are 'not a federal government issue' 0:50

Transgender rights are 'not a federal government issue'

CSU Sacramento President Robert S. Nelsen has a message for DREAMers 1:10

CSU Sacramento President Robert S. Nelsen has a message for DREAMers

Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn: We will not check the immigration status 1:43

Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn: We will not check the immigration status

Parents and educators voice opinions on the teaching of controversial topics 3:14

Parents and educators voice opinions on the teaching of controversial topics

If you witness a crime, here’s what to do 1:15

If you witness a crime, here’s what to do

  • Why is Joseph Mann's family suing Sacramento police? 'Justification for our brother'

    Robert and Deborah Mann, brother and sister of Joseph Mann, who was shot to death by Sacramento police, say the family has filed a second lawsuit against the city seeking information about the officers who fired the fatal shots.

Robert and Deborah Mann, brother and sister of Joseph Mann, who was shot to death by Sacramento police, say the family has filed a second lawsuit against the city seeking information about the officers who fired the fatal shots. Anita Chabria The Sacramento Bee
Robert and Deborah Mann, brother and sister of Joseph Mann, who was shot to death by Sacramento police, say the family has filed a second lawsuit against the city seeking information about the officers who fired the fatal shots. Anita Chabria The Sacramento Bee

Who can sue when police shoot to kill? This federal court ruling says siblings can

September 22, 2017 05:00 AM

UPDATED September 22, 2017 02:44 PM

Comments

More Videos

Be careful with Christmas laser-light displays - pilots will thank you 0:27

Be careful with Christmas laser-light displays - pilots will thank you

Sheriff Scott Jones hosts ICE Acting Director amid loud boos and opposition 1:28

Sheriff Scott Jones hosts ICE Acting Director amid loud boos and opposition

Helping a neighborhood while helping the homeless 0:58

Helping a neighborhood while helping the homeless

Moving in out of the cold 1:04

Moving in out of the cold

Ski patrol explains avalanche control at Squaw Valley 1:40

Ski patrol explains avalanche control at Squaw Valley

Transgender rights are 'not a federal government issue' 0:50

Transgender rights are 'not a federal government issue'

CSU Sacramento President Robert S. Nelsen has a message for DREAMers 1:10

CSU Sacramento President Robert S. Nelsen has a message for DREAMers

Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn: We will not check the immigration status 1:43

Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn: We will not check the immigration status

Parents and educators voice opinions on the teaching of controversial topics 3:14

Parents and educators voice opinions on the teaching of controversial topics

If you witness a crime, here’s what to do 1:15

If you witness a crime, here’s what to do

  • Be careful with Christmas laser-light displays - pilots will thank you

    Holiday laser-light displays are fun and festive, but they can be hazardous to pilots. Here's how you can help.