Boston Police foiled a “potential tragedy” when they took two Iowa men into custody with unregistered guns in their car at an area hotel last weekend.
One of the largest movie theater chains in the country, with screens in 44 states, is now checking bags and backpacks for weapons as a security measure.
The initial investigation indicates that the father was napping with his son when the child woke up and and found a loaded handgun beneath the pillow.
A Georgia woman this week admitted to her role in buying a gun for a known gang member later used in killing a 29-year-old Omaha police officer.
A House Republican has filed a bill that could lead to first-degree misdemeanor charges for some with illegal backyard gun ranges.
Although not precipitated by an outbreak of flamethrower-related crime, city leaders in Warren are moving to ban the devices for all but law enforcement and other official users.
According to the Oregon Government Ethics Commission, Everytown for Gun Safety spent over $750,000 to pass expanded background check laws in the state.
A Charleston area state senator, citing the recent attack at Emanuel AME Church, plans to debut gun control measures to include registration and bans.
New Jersey’s governor torpedoed a measure that would have added steps to those seeking to clear certain mental health records for the restoration of gun rights this week.
A measure that aims to shore up the nation’s firearms background check system is getting negative feedback from both gun control and gun rights groups.