Justices in the U.S. Supreme Court rejected an appeal over Illinois concealed carry regulations Monday, keeping in place an Illinois system that requires gun owners to obtain a permit to carry a concealed handgun.
A group of individual plaintiffs and a state Second Amendment organization filed suit in federal court Monday over Attorney General Maura Healey’s interpretation of the commonwealth’s gun ban.
A group of Tennessee faculties announced opposition to students carrying guns on college campuses, anticipating future legislation that may further unravel gun regulations in the state.
Washington state lawmakers have proposed a bill that would crackdown on prohibited possessors who try to buy a firearm.
A court in Pennsylvania last week ruled that a trial judge used a nonexistent law to seize a gun from a man who waved his weapon at a driver during a road rage incident.
Officials have not released a motive but said the teen suffered from depression and mentioned photos of the teen that were recently posted to social media.
The teen first told deputies his friend was shot during a home invasion robbery, but he later confessed to accidentally shooting him while smoking pot.
SHOT Show’s “Industry at the Range Day” kicked off Monday with more than 200 registered exhibitors showing off their guns and gear and several hundred others perusing them.
Rowland, who joined the force in October but was fired after his arrest, was involved in a confrontation but left the party only to return later with a gun.
Authorities praised Collin for his actions, saying, “He used his handgun to protect himself but didn’t go above and beyond what was necessary.”