More than 750 guns were taken off the streets of Los Angeles during the city’s annual Gun Buyback program.
A half-dozen City Council members are calling for gun owners to put a lock on it.
Alejandro Natividad says he was unarmed when he pulled out his cell phone and began recording a La Quinta police officer who then turned his service weapon on him Sunday.
Police say they arrested a rapper who goes by the name “Too Short” after he brought a loaded handgun through the security check at Bob Hope Airport.
The number of concealed weapons permits issued this year in Orange County could double after officials implemented a more relaxed standard earlier this year, according to a report.
Three suspects are in custody and three victims are safe following a potential hostage situation at an apartment complex in Boyle Heights has prompted a massive police presence.
State lawmakers want to give family or friends of a potential gunman the ability to ask law enforcement to prevent them from owning or buying a firearm.
A 50-year-old man charged with shooting at a friend and two LAPD officers was sentenced to nearly 50 years in state prison Wednesday.
A 29-year-old Oxnard man is behind bars accused of kidnapping his ex-girlfriend, child endangerment and possession of a firearm by an ex-felon, according to authorities.
Authorities Tuesday issued a warning to residents ahead of New Year’s Eve festivities to not discharge weapons into the air.
Authorities say an ex-con accused of being in possession of a loaded firearm was behind bars this weekend.
Democrats in the state Legislature on Wednesday passed a series of firearms bills designed to reduce the chances for widespread carnage even as opponents warned that the measures would not keep weapons from those intent on committing horrific crimes.
A 15-year-old boy was arrested Friday after allegedly bringing an unloaded gun to a Diamond Bar high school.
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.
State lawmakers have sent Gov. Jerry Brown a bill that would provide more money for a state program that confiscates guns from felons, those deemed mentally unstable and others who are prohibited from owning them.