The storybook landscape in 2017 is a familiar one.
While there are still many stories to tell, there is a lot of action to be had in the news cycle and, as with every other year, the most dangerous states are far from being forgotten.
Here are 10 of the most notable states this year and their gun violence stats.
*California: 1,723 deaths *Georgia: 1.2 million *New York: 1 million *Florida: 1 billion *New Jersey: 1 trillion *North Carolina: 1 quadrillion *Rhode Island: 1 quintillion *Virginia: 1 octillion *Ohio: 1 peta *California is in a much different place than the 2016 presidential election, which had some notable differences between the two states.
While President Donald Trump and his allies have used the tragedy in Orlando as a way to try to turn back the clock on the Second Amendment, many Californians were far more hopeful about the state’s recovery from the pandemic.
While the state had a sharp increase in gun violence last year, according to the most recent statistics, it was only a fraction of the nationwide average.
The most recent data released from the FBI shows that California saw a drop in homicides, homicides and shootings in 2016 compared to 2015, but the trend was still statistically significant.
The state also saw an increase in the number of gun deaths, a trend that was also statistically significant, although not as pronounced.
In 2016, there were 1.6 million gun deaths in the state, and the FBI’s preliminary numbers showed that in 2017, there was an increase of 3.9 million gun related deaths, but this did not fully offset the increase in suicides.
In 2017, gun deaths rose 7% to 1.7 million.
The gun death rate in the country overall is still among the lowest in the world, according the CDC.
But that does not mean that the number one cause of death in California is gun violence.
The number one killer in the US is the number 1 killer in California, according state data released in January.
California has also experienced a massive increase in HIV and STD rates.
While HIV and STDs are the two most commonly reported infectious diseases in the United States, they have also become the most prevalent killer.
California saw an almost 5% increase in new HIV diagnoses and a 6.5% increase to new STD diagnoses between 2015 and 2017, according an analysis from the Kaiser Family Foundation.
In comparison, the overall U.S. rate of new infections and new STDs decreased by 5.3% and 3.7%, respectively.
*North Dakota: 627 murders, 1,054 rapes, 4,543 robberies, 2,092 aggravated assaults, 2 deaths *California’s homicide numbers are in the red.
While gun violence has been a major topic of discussion in the media in the aftermath of the massacre at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, the number-one killer in North Dakota is far from a surprise.
North Dakota saw nearly 1,000 homicides last year.
That is up from just over 612 homicides in 2016.
According to a report from the Bureau of Justice Statistics, more than 1 in every 40 residents of North Dakota are victims of gun violence, with a higher than normal rate of violence among the young.
The latest statistics from the National Institute of Justice showed that nearly 5,000 people were murdered in 2016, an increase from the previous year when there were 6,000.
The highest number of homicides was in 2016 at 1,632.
While overall gun deaths have decreased in North Carolina, the increase is not entirely attributable to changes in the gun law in the last few years.
In addition to the increase from 2016, the state also reported an increase to the number and types of firearms reported stolen from homes.
In the year before the massacre, police in North Carolinas were only able to report 1,100 firearm thefts per year.
According the FBI, the average number of firearms stolen per year was 2.2.
The total number of guns recovered in North Dakotas cases was 8,400, which is an increase over the 7,700 recovered in the previous two years.
North Carolina also had a significant increase in assaults, up from 1,600 in 2016 to 3,100 in 2017.
*Connecticut: 1-in-7 homicides *California was once again the number two state for homicides last November, according data released by the FBI.
The FBI report shows that there were a total of 1,836 homicides in Connecticut, a decline of 1.9 from the 1,905 recorded in 2016 but still statistically higher than the 1-2,000 homicide national average.
Connecticut has seen a dramatic increase in homicides since the 2016 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, which killed 20 children and six adults.
The increase in crime was especially evident in the Connecticut suburbs of Stamford, Farmington and Milford, which saw an 18% increase over 2015.
A lot of this increase was driven by the influx of people who moved into the