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  • Donnelly, Kashkari agree: Isla Vista killings shouldn't spur gun laws

    Donnelly, Kashkari agree: Isla Vista killings shouldn't spur gun laws
    As gun control supporters gathered for a rally at the scene of the mass shootings near UC Santa Barbara, Republican gubernatorial candidate Tim Donnelly said Saturday that state lawmakers should not pass any legislation curbing the sale of firearms....
  • Gun laws are one thing Donnelly, Kashkari agree on

    Gun laws are one thing Donnelly, Kashkari agree on
    Republican gubernatorial rivals Tim Donnelly and Neel Kashkari differ on many issues, but in the final run-up to Tuesday's primary there's one they agree on: State lawmakers should resist the impulse to pass new gun restrictions in the aftermath of the...
  • L.A. firearms buyback nets 950 guns, including 31 assault rifles

    L.A. firearms buyback nets 950 guns, including 31 assault rifles
    Los Angeles officials collected 950 guns during the city's weapon-purchase program on Saturday. L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti said that 13,000 firearms have been collected through the program since 2009, helping to decrease gun violence in the city. "We'll...
  • NRA criticizes gun-toting demonstrators at Texas fast-food places

    NRA criticizes gun-toting demonstrators at Texas fast-food places
    There may be a line even the National Rifle Assn. won’t cross. The lobbying group that has defended the availability of weapons in the face of mass murders such as the one that shattered an elementary school in Newtown, Conn., apparently has...
  • Gun accidents need serious handling and solid data

    Gun accidents need serious handling and solid data
    Hours before a memorial for Isla Vista victims last Tuesday, a UC Santa Barbara student was, he said, playing with his Glock handgun — one of the seven guns he legally owns — when it went off accidentally. The round went through a wall, struck...
  • Gunrunner sentenced to nearly 17 years in prison

    Gunrunner sentenced to nearly 17 years in prison
    Chicago was in the midst of one of its most violent years in recent history in March 2012 when David Lewisbey bought six handguns from an Indiana gun show dealer and brought them back to Chicago to sell on the street. Less than two months later, federal...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • $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: Stop bringing guns into our restaurants

    Chipotle to customers: Stop bringing guns into our restaurants
    Chipotle Mexican Grill 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 Monday that a recent demonstration by gun...
  • 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....