Convenience store clerk fires shot at robber

A 23-year-old clerk at a Circle K convenience store shot at a man who tried reaching into his register late Sunday. Wichita police Officer Charley Davidson said a man went into the store at 2356 S.Seneca at about 9 p.m. and purchased an item. When the register opened, he jumped the counter.

U.S. Supreme Court Disappoints on Right-to-Carry, but Justice Gorsuch Shines

Gun owners were justifiably disappointed June 26, when the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear Peruta v. California. The denial was a setback in NRA’s efforts to secure judicial recognition that the Second Amendment protects the right to bear arms outside the home. For now, misguided state and local governments will continue to deny their residents’ Right-to-Carry.

Arkansas college campuses prepare for gun law to take effect

Don't pack that sidearm just yet.A new state law that allows enhanced carry in previously forbidden places like bars, churches and college campuses takes effect Sept. 1. But there's a catch: The same law calls for concealed carry permit holders to have enhanced training before taking weapons onto those properties.And that training has yet to be created.

Mississippi: Guns, ammo tax holiday

"It's actually bigger for us than Black Friday," said Todd Sarotte, manager of Van's Sporting Goods in Brandon. "It's grown every year, and for the last two years it's been bigger than Black Friday for us."

Under siege, more judges opt to arm themselves for protection

The county judge in Steubenville, Ohio was making his way to work at the courthouse on Monday morning when the angry father of a convicted rapist walked up and shot him.Judge Joseph Bruzzese Jr., who was carrying a concealed weapon, fired back at the man, who then was fatally shot by a probation officer.

Ohio Judge Returns Fire After He Is Ambushed on Way to Court

A judge in Ohio who was shot and injured in an ambush-style attack outside a courthouse early on Monday managed to return fire with his own handgun before the suspect was shot dead by a probation officer nearby, officials said.

West Australia contemplates new gun laws

The orders would enable the Police Commissioner to ban anyone “reasonably suspected” of posing a threat to the community from holding a gun licence or from living in a house where guns are stored.

Thank God He Was Carrying

All he was trying to do was go to work. In the minutes that ticked by in the 8 a.m. hour on Monday morning, Judge Joseph J. Bruzzese Jr. was walking through the narrow alley in the shadow of the Jefferson County courthouse when a man got out of his car in the nearby bank parking lot and opened fire.

Off-duty CFD lieutenant shoots teen carjacker

An off-duty Chicago Fire Department lieutenant fatally shot a teenage boy who tried to steal his car Monday morning in the West Side Austin neighborhood, authorities said.

Indiana: Summer Study on Constitutional Carry Begins

Starting tomorrow, the Indiana Joint Committee on Judiciary and Public Policy will begin a summer study on constitutional carry.  This summer study is being conducted following the enactment of self-defense legislation, House Bill 1071.

Homeowner shoots, kills intruder in Chester County

A homeowner fatally shot a intruder during a home invasion in Chester County Saturday morning. According to the Chester County Sheriff's Office, the home invasion occurred on Baton Rouge Road. The sheriff's office did not say what time the shooting occurred. The homeowner was taken to the hospital with minor injuries, deputies say. A homicide investigation is underway. No names were released.

Baton Rouge Road shooting under investigation

A Friday night shooting incident is under investigation at this hour by the Chester County Sheriff's Office. According to reports, the incident was a home invasion. The homeowner shot and killed the suspect. The homeowner was also injured during the incident. According to the Chester County Coroner the suspect who was shot and killed was Antonio Roberts age 35. Check back with later for details.

NRA Names Georgia Lawmaker Defender of Freedom

The National Rifle Association will award Georgia State Representative John Meadows the Defender of Freedom Award at a ceremony at the Georgia State Capitol Building on Tuesday, August 22, 2017.

West Virginia, Wisconsin reach concealed-carry agreement

West Virginia and Wisconsin have agreed to recognize each other's concealed-carry handgun permits.West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced the reciprocity agreement in a news release Friday.