After a public hearing that degenerated into arrests Tuesday, an amended draft ordinance designed to bring strict sentencing for some found with guns passed out of committee.
A 22-year-old Topeka man will spend 30 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to trying to carry out a suicide car bomb attack at Fort Riley.
“It’s important, especially for black women, to learn how to shoot. We need to learn how to defend ourselves,” said firearm instructor Marchelle Tigner.
Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson’s grandson was indicted by a grand jury Friday on weapons charges.
The Transportation Security Administration outdid itself early this month when it discovered a record amount of firearms in carry-on bags for one week, including a handgun hidden inside a wheelchair cushion.
Rep. Steve Scalise surprised fellow congressional Republicans with a phoned-in pep talk Monday night from a Washington D.C. hospital bed.
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