The Los Angeles City Council tentatively approved a pair of new gun-control measures Tuesday, including a proposal to require gun owners to store their firearms in locked containers or use trigger locks to prevent accidental firing of the weapon.
Los Angeles city fire spokeswoman Katherine Main said six caged cats and three dogs succumbed to smoke inhalation and were beyond help.
Flames more than crackled at a Los Angeles house fire Saturday as rounds of ammunition went off much to the surprise of fire crews.
A controversial gun measure proposed by a Southern California lawmaker that would require background checks for all ammunition purchases statewide is moving forward in Sacramento.
A ban on the possession of large-capacity ammunition clips in the city of Los Angeles was one of two gun control measures the City Council approved Friday.
California lawmakers are now focusing on the bullets, instead of guns, as they continue to try and curb gun violence.
The City of Glendale has voted to ban the Glendale Gun Show after hosting it for 20 years.
A bill that seeks to ban lead ammunition in California promises to revive a debate between gun groups and environmental advocates.
The proposed draft ordinance would declare large-capacity ammunition magazines a “public nuisance” and authorize police to confiscate and destroy them.
A key hearing was underway Friday at City Hall over whether city officials have the legal authority to ban high-capacity ammunition magazines.
California lawmakers promised Tuesday to move cautiously as they consider tighter restrictions on handguns, assault rifles and ammunition purchases.
A record turnout is expected at The Crossroads of the West gun show in Costa Mesa this weekend.
A 15-year-old Baldwin Park High School student was arrested Wednesday for having ammunition on school grounds.
A San Fernando Valley lawmaker has introduced a motion that could lead to a ban on the possession of high-capacity ammunition magazines within the city of Los Angeles.
The nation’s largest teacher pension fund took the first step Wednesday toward divesting from companies that make guns and high-capacity ammunition magazines that are illegal in California.