In a controversial move, Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens Thursday reacted to the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion, and loosened requirements for obtaining a concealed weapons permit.
Microstamping is the latest battleground in the national debate over gun control. The law requires guns to mark the bullet casings with a serial number imprinted in the firearm.
A state lawmaker proposed Monday that California extend its requirement that gun buyers undergo background checks and register their weapons to anyone who assembles a firearm in their home.
Sheriff’s Deputies have announced the arrest of three men in Littlerock for weapons possession.
More than 200 people gathered in Pomona Sunday for a day of prayer that is hoping to stem gun violence in that community.
Passengers at LAX Terminal #3 Friday were going to different places but all of them could meet at one place — fear.
Amid an ongoing debate regarding guns in America, Starbucks has asked customers not to bring weapons into its stores.
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.
All campuses in the Los Angeles Community College District are now gun-free zones.
Will colorfully painted BB and pellet guns help police protect themselves from officer-involved shootings?
A second fatal shooting in more than a week has been reported along Western Avenue in the unincorporated area of Westmont.
A California law that requires all semiautomatic handguns to be equipped with technology that stamps a code with the weapon’s make, model and serial number on bullet casings is now in effect after years of delays.
O.J. Simpson’s former lawyer defended himself point-by-point Friday against allegations he botched the former football star’s armed-robbery trial.
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.