Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam, whose office regulates the Sunshine State’s over 1.6 million permit holders, announced Wednesday that renewals could be processed online.
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Lucy Richards sent numerous messages warning of imminent death to Lenny Pozner, whose 6-year-old son, Noah, was one of 20 children killed at the school.
A jury of 12 sat for opening statements Wednesday on the first day of the federal death penalty trial for accused Charleston Church shooter Dylann Roof.
A prosecutor in Michigan is dropping all charges against a man arrested for the killing of a police officer in Detroit last month.
A northern California city will pay the legal fees incurred by two firearms industry plaintiffs to settle a 2013 lawsuit over a newly-enacted gun ordinance.
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