Thefts from gun dealers in Colorado hits a 10-year high
Thefts from gun dealers in Colorado hit a ten-year high last year raising concerns about a flood of deadly weapons being readily available for perpetrators of violent crimes.
Worcester man gets 13 months for pistol stolen from National Guard armory, false statements to...
WORCESTER - A Worcester man was sentenced in federal court Friday after admitting he stole a pistol from the Worcester National Guard armory and lied to
Washington state voters approved new gun regulations in I-1639. Here’s what the law will do.
Washington voters this week approved Initiative 1639, a sweeping package of new gun regulations. It passed with more than 60 percent of the vote. Here's a look at what the
NJ won't buy from gun manufacturers, dealers who don't comply with safety rules
The state won't buy guns or ammunition from dealers who don't comply with measures supporters say cut gun violence.
Dick’s Sporting Goods Sales Continue to Decline After New Gun Rules
Dick’s sales fell 3.9 percent from August to November, due largely to poor performance in their technology and hunting departments.
Editorial: Virginia's General Assembly should consider new gun-control measures
Efforts to make schools safe need to be balanced. It would be wrong to turn schools into armed fortresses, and arming teachers is a bad idea.
Here’s how you can weigh in on Virginia’s proposed new gun laws
The Virginia State Crime Commission will hear public testimony on legislation Aug. 20 in Richmond, and you can send written comments now.
Commissioners to seek input on new regulations, including gun range rules
CHEYENNE – Laramie County officials are set today to open public comment on new rules for building shooting ranges aimed at avoiding repeats of a fight over one earlier this
Opponents say new gun initiative won’t solve crime, but will add costs
Dave Kellett has mixed opinions on Washington state’s latest round of voter-approved gun-control legislation.
Live From Albany: What will New York's new gun-control measures mean for you?
Our Albany Bureau is live at noon to take your questions on how New York works.
Here's why N.J.'s new gun law has therapists worried for their patients
Mental health experts believe a new legislation may cause severe consequences.
Gun rights advocate has wrangled with a city on regulations before
Told by the Erie solicitor that protesters in a park could not carry guns, Justin Dillon went to court, and won. He’s coming to Pittsburgh.
This is why any new gun 'red flag' restrictions face steep roadblock in Texas
Typically, Texas lawmakers look for ways to expand gun rights, but recent tragedies open discussion on whether red flag laws would make people safer.
California just added 15 tough new gun laws. So why do local police keep turning to the feds?
California has some of the nation’s strongest gun control laws. But local police in California increasingly are turning to federal authorities for help prosecuting gun crimes. The reason: Fel…
What gun regulations did Texas politicians, gun activists agree on after Santa Fe shooting?
AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott on Wednesday said he supports limited gun safety measures as well as improved access to mental health care services,...
How old nukes can help Green New Dealers
One issue that causes division within the ranks of climate-change activists is nuclear power.
Paul Muschick: I'm for tougher gun regulations, but here's why bump stock ban is unfair
A national ban on bump stocks takes effect on March 26 and is retroactive, meaning people who bought the devices legally must destroy them or turn them in.
Hair braiders must be licensed. Why not gun dealers?
Letters to the editor: Simple requirements will slow the entry of illegal guns into our neighborhoods.
How was Luton able to access a gun dealer's license
Dwight Luton, 32, is accused of shooting and killing his wife, 31-year-old Ashley Balius , outside of their home on Canterbury Drive Tuesday night.Despite Dwight Luton’s arrest less than a year ago on domestic battery charges, he was able to hang on to a g
New York marijuana: What to know about pot-pricing cliffs, banking wars and drug dealers
New York state officials turned to illegal pot street sellers to gauge what it should charge for recreational pot.