Smash & Grab Burglars Hit Gun Store In San CarlosBurglars smashed their way through the front facade of a gun shop in San Carlos Sunday morning.
Local Gun Store Owners Win Major Court Victory A federal appeals court said Monday in a California lawsuit that the Second Amendment right to bear arms extends to gun stores and requires governments to justify restrictions on them.
Pot Dispensary To Open In Former Site Of SF's Last Gun StoreWhat was once San Francisco’s last gun store will soon become the city’s newest medical marijuana dispensary.
New Wave Of Media Coverage Focuses On Gun Violence In AmericaThe headline-driven nature of gun-violence coverage is starting to shift, with documentarians, TV networks and others producing more nuanced, probing examination.
Fresno-Area School District Letting Teachers Carry Guns On CampusA school district near Fresno has reportedly allowed several high school teachers to carry guns on campus.
Startup Firm Developing Pistol That Looks Like A SmartphoneA startup is developing a gun that could resemble a smartphone when not in use, raising concerns among law enforcement.
California Struggles To Remove Illegally-Owned WeaponsOfficials say California will have a backlog for the foreseeable future in a unique firearms seizure program even if state lawmakers approve permanent funding.
Gun Shop Robbed In El CerritoPolice in El Cerrito released video of a robbery at a gun store that happened overnight Saturday.
Guns, Drugs Found During Search Of Suspected Gang Member In NapaPolice arrested an alleged gang member after they found guns and prescription drugs during a search of his vehicle Wednesday evening in Napa.
Lawmakers Consider Creating UC Center To Study Gun ViolenceLawmakers are considering a bill that would fund a new University of California center to study gun violence and prevention.
Facebook Cracks Down On Gun Sales, Advertising On Its NetworkFacebook announced a new policy that bars private individuals from advertising or selling firearms on the world's largest social network.
California Bill Would Limit Buyers To 1 Rifle Or Shotgun Per MonthCalifornians would be limited to buying a maximum of one rifle or shotgun each month under newly proposed legislation.

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