Prosecutors claim, following a night of drinking and smoking pot, the girl had wrecked her car near the man’s home and stumbled upon his steps, most likely seeking help, more than three hours after the estimated time of the accident. Read more
With Chuck Norris at the helm, the National Rifle Association has unveiled its “Trigger the Vote” voter registration drive for the upcoming 2014 midterms. Read more
Wednesday the Cook County Board of Commissioners approved a ballot referendum to ask voters their feelings on universal background checks and an assault weapon ban. Read more
Philadelphia agreed to a $1.425 million settlement in a class action lawsuit involving the release of some 3265 concealed carry applicants’ personal information. Read more
Salina, Kansas, a town that has seen its share of oddball gun stories this month, has now prohibited open carry in city buildings. Read more
A Missouri man with prior felony convictions was sentenced July 16 for illegally possessing a firearm, a charge he gained last year following a seven-hour standoff with police.
In a collaborative effort with numerous state and federal law enforcement agencies, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives squashed a Florida gun and drug trafficking operation July 17.
A Washington man charged with assault after his 9-year old stepson accidentally shot a classmate in 2012 has been cleared by the state Supreme Court. Read more
In all, the ATF is offering a $5,000 reward, which will be matched by the NSSF. Additionally, the Marshall Police Department and Marshall Area Crime fund are offering $2,000 more.