The long-time employee became agitated during an unplanned meeting and shot his supervisors before retreating to a restroom where he killed himself.
“As long as he had that gun in his hand, I knew he was a threat,” said Stephanie Cook, who shot the perp after he beat her husband with the butt of a gun.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation codifying the public use of videos taken during lawmaker debate in the California Assembly.
The city council approved a measure that will mandate gun lock usage, the reporting of lost or stolen firearms and ban leaving guns in unattended vehicles.
On Tuesday, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit heard oral arguments in a pair of ongoing attempts to overturn Washington’s strict “may-issue” policy.
The ACLU filed a federal lawsuit last week Connecticut state troopers illegally detained, searched and charged a protester at a DUI checkpoint.
Neighbors said the man had been renovating the apartment building for months when he discovered the underage burglars had broken into the building.
The Editorial Board of The New York Times is alarmed. To them, Missouri, the most recent state to adopt constitutional carry is now the “shoot-me state.”
A new bill hit the House floor late last week that would affect potential gun owners with a prior, juvenile criminal record.
Tennessee ranks number one in the unfortunate category of accidental shooting deaths, which spiked more than 450 percent in the Volunteer State in 2014, according to federal data.