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  • Glen Burnie bomb suspect pleads guilty in federal court

    Glen Burnie bomb suspect pleads guilty in federal court
    A Glen Burnie man accused of endangering his neighbors by building bombs in his home pleaded guilty to a federal firearms charge Thursday. Todd Wheeler Jr. could receive up to 10 years in prison when he's sentenced in September. After his federal...
  • Man who fired gun 54 times at Fashion Island gets 12 years in prison

    Man who fired gun 54 times at Fashion Island gets 12 years in prison
    A 42-year-old man pleaded guilty Friday to firing a Glock more than 50 timesĀ at the Fashion Island shopping center in Newport Beach and was sentenced to 12 years in prison. Mark Gurrola, of Garden Grove, pleaded guilty to 54 felony counts of shooting at...
  • Owners allowed to inspect, copy association contracts

    Q: I live in a town home community association where the board contracted with a new management firm within the past year. Several of the owners have requested a copy of contracts to which the association is a party, including the management contract. But...
  • Isla Vista shooting: Read Elliot Rodger's graphic, elaborate attack plan

    Elliot Rodger, the suspect in a rampage near UC Santa Barbara, outlined his intentions in a 137-page document that he sent Friday night, shortly before the killings, to someone he knew from an online body building forum. The document was forwarded to...
  • Looking back, and forward, to the Boston Marathon

    WASHINGTON — On Monday, if all goes according to plan, I'll be lining up at the start of the Boston Marathon. Let's just say this up front: I probably shouldn't be. I signed up last September, but over the last few months, training season, I've...
  • After gun owner's accidental shooting, Hollywood cop offers safe handling tips

    After gun owner's accidental shooting, Hollywood cop offers safe handling tips
    A Hollywood man who was cleaning his .38 caliber handgun accidentally shot himself in his buttocks, police in that city said Monday. “An adult male in his 20s was cleaning his firearm when it fell to the floor and discharged, [the bullet]...
  • Game Commission announced Pennsylvania #antlerless #deer tag allocation

     
    The Pennsylvania Game Commission is allocating 779,500 antlerless deer licenses statewide for the 2014-15 hunting season. Allocations by Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) are as follows, with the allocation from the previous license year appearing in...
  • The Supreme Court punts on chance to end gun-control confusion

    The Supreme Court punts on chance to end gun-control confusion
    The Supreme Court's ruling about public displays of religion Monday provoked a lot of discussion, obscuring an equally intriguing decision the court issued that day about public displays of guns. In Town of Greece vs. Galloway, the court lifted a...
  • $10,000 reward in theft of 13 assault rifles

    $10,000 reward in theft of 13 assault rifles
    A $10,000 reward is being offered for information about the theft of more than a dozen semiautomatic assault rifles from a freight container at a rail yard in Chicago's Englewood neighborhood earlier this month. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,...
  • Chipotle to customers: Don't bring guns into our restaurants

    Chipotle to customers: Don't bring guns into our restaurants
    Chipotle Mexican Grill, which has multiple locations in Hampton Roads, is stepping into a contentious national debate on firearms by asking customers to leave their guns at home. The Denver chain, best known for made-to-order burritos and tacos, said...
  • Warrantless searches draw criticism

     Warrantless searches draw criticism
    Cook County probation officers have for years quietly teamed up with law enforcement to go into probationers' homes without warrants, looking for guns, drugs and information and leading to questionable and illegal searches, the Tribune has found....