'The hate has to stop': Sacramento community holds vigil for Colorado Springs Club Q victims

A somber gwas held in Sacramento's Midtown community a few days after five people died in Colorado Springs in the Club Q mass shooting. Organizers said they wanted to come together to mourn, call for change and to offer support to those who were hurting in the wake of the tragedy. The candlelight gathering was held at the Kennedy Gallery in Sacramento Wednesday night. "It's really important to feel part of a community, to be able to be together in shared grief and mourning," said Beverly Kearney with the Love is Love movement. "To know that you're not alone."