Attorney General Doug Peterson said a bill that would allow counties to decide whether they want permitless concealed carry may violate the Nebraska Constitution.
An Evansville-based group of Donald Trump supporters say they’re planning to drive more than five hours to Hammond Saturday to protest outside city hall and the home of Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr.
It’s unclear whether “red flag” laws — which allow the seizure of guns from a person deemed dangerous — help prevent mass shootings or should have been applied to the suspects in recent shootings in Boulder, Colorado, and Indianapolis.
A Navy corpsman on Tuesday shot two other service members, wounding one of them critically, at a Maryland business park before traveling to a …
Sen. Tom Brewer of Gordon, who was wounded in combat in Afghanistan, urges other counties to join the movement.
President Joe Biden called Tuesday for a US ban on assault weapons, after the country's second mass shooting in a week left 10 people dead in …
Walmart moved guns and ammunition off the sales floor, citing "civil unrest" in some areas. The items remain available for purchase by customers.
Gun ownership is normally a topic of heated debate, but will it have an impact on the 2020 election? This election has many challenging topics to face; gun ownership might play a secondary role to the coronavirus, the economy and racial tensions. Dr. Michael Anestis, Executive Director of the New Jersey Gun Violence Research Center weighs in on the topic.
With most of the nation in isolation to halt the spread of coronavirus, officials are seeing a spike in gun sales. Veuer’s Justin Kircher has …
Children competed to see who could assemble a rifle the fastest.
"This is the people's house, and people have the right to open carry in the state," Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts said, "so I support it and would be very hesitant about any further restrictions on it."
During debate over whether open carrying of firearms should be allowed at the State Capitol, several lawmakers share stories about threats that have been made against them and their families during their service in the Nebraska Legislature.
State Sen. Megan Hunt had issued a press release saying she heard David Pringle say a white supremacist slogan called “The 14 Words” during the hearing. But Saturday night, Hunt tweeted that she was incorrect and that Pringle did not use that phrase.
Snowballs were thrown in Milwaukee and then gunfire followed, leaving two children shot.