California to pay $51 million settlement over hostage killings at Napa veterans home
The Veterans Home of California during an active shooter turned hostage situation on March 9, 2018, in Yountville, California. - Stephen Lam/Getty Images North America/TNS

California officials have agreed to pay out $51 million to settle some of the claims stemming from the 2018 shooting at the Yountville Veterans Home, where a gunman and former patient killed three women staffers before shooting himself, according to state budget documents. The settlement “authorizes $51 million one-time to pay for settlement costs at the Veterans Home of California, Yountville related to the 2018 shooting,” according state budget documents approved by the Legislature this week. Ronald Foreman, the attorney for the family of Dr. Jennifer Golick, a 42-year-old therapist killed b...