kali9/iStockBy William Mansell, ABC News(ORANGE, Calif.) — At least four people are dead, including a child, after “multiple victims” were shot Wednesday in Orange, California, according to authorities.Officers arrived to 202 W. Lincoln Ave. around 5:30 p.m. local time as shots were being fired and located “multiple victims at the scene including fatalities,” according to the Orange Police Department.An officer was involved in the shooting, but “the situation has been stabilized and there is no threat to the public,” police said in a statement Wednesday night.The suspect, along with a female victim, were transported to the hospital in critical condition, according to Lt. Jen Amat of the Orange Police Department.Police said they are still determining the relationship between the shooter and the victims.“I’m deeply saddened by reports of a mass shooting in Orange County, and I’m continuing to keep victims and their loved ones in my thoughts as we continue to learn more. My team and I will continue to monitor the situation closely,” Rep. Katie Porter, D-Calif., tweeted Wednesday night.The ages and names of the victims have not been released.“Horrifying and heartbreaking. Our hearts are with the families impacted by this terrible tragedy tonight,” California Gov. Gavin Newsom tweeted Wednesday night.Police said the next briefing will be Thursday at 10 a.m. local time.Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Healthcare, Press Release, Public Health, Women’s Rights If passed, Pennsylvania will have one of the most restrictive abortion bans in the U.S.Harrisburg, PA – Pennsylvania Commission for Women (PCW) Chair Randi Teplitz, on behalf of the commission, today issued a statement urging the General Assembly to vote down a restrictive abortion ban. Senate Bill 3 passed the state House Health Committee Monday evening.“As our commonwealth faces many challenges, it is disheartening to see that our Pennsylvania General Assembly — which is comprised 80 percent of males — has chosen to focus its efforts on passing one of the most restrictive, and likely unconstitutional, anti-choice laws in the nation,” Teplitz said.“This bill moved out of committee without transparency — there were no public hearings conducted on its merits. The Pennsylvania Commission for Women believes that any changes to abortion laws that impact women to this degree should not occur without a robust discussion that includes input from the health care community as well as the public, particularly Pennsylvania women.”Senate Bill 3 would ban abortions after the 20th week of pregnancy, and does not allow for exceptions in cases of rape, incest, or extreme fetal abnormalities. Governor Tom Wolf this week announced that if the bill makes it to his desk, he will veto it. December 05, 2017 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Commission for Women Urges House to Vote Against Senate Bill 3