Several Stolen Guns Found In Vallejo From Slew Of Nevada BurglariesSeveral stolen firearms were recovered in Vallejo by law enforcement, trafficked from Nevada following a slew of gun store burglaries. The firearms were found in the possession of gang members. 
Doctors Release New Recommendations To Reduce Gun ViolenceA wave of hate-filled gun violence has swept the United States in the past few days, and now a physicians' group is releasing new recommendations to reduce firearm injuries and deaths nationwide.
Owner Of 3D Gun Company Accused Of Sex With Minor, Jailed In U.S.The owner of a Texas company that sells plans to make untraceable 3-D printed guns was back in the U.S. Sunday after being arrested in Taiwan, where police say he flew after learning he was being investigated for allegedly having sex with an underage girl.
187 Firearms Turned in During SF Gun Buyback EventPolice in San Francisco took in 187 weapons during a gun buyback Saturday morning. The event offered $100 for every handgun and $200 for every assault weapon, no questions asked.
Santa Clara County Supervisor Pushes To Ban Gun Shows On Public FairgroundsA Santa Clara County supervisor wants to ban gun shows from the public fairgrounds.
Two Arrested On Firearm, Drug Charges In Santa Cruz CountyTwo previously convicted felons were arrested Saturday night in Santa Cruz County after being found in an RV with firearms and methamphetamine, according to sheriff's deputies.
'Trump Slump' in Gun Sales Continues Despite Control DebateSales of firearms slowed after the election of Donald Trump as president in 2016 allayed fears of a Democratic crackdown on gun owners. That trend has continued.
Sonoma County Sheriff's Deputies Arrest Felon Found with Gun, Ammo, ExplosivesSonoma County sheriff's deputies arrested a convicted felon Saturday near The Geysers who they allegedly found in possession of a firearm and ammunition.
Online Gun Sellers Settle Lawsuit Over Large-Capacity Magazines In CaliforniaFive online gun equipment suppliers have agreed to stop selling or advertising large-capacity firearm magazines or magazine repair kits to California customers in a settlement of a lawsuit filed by the San Francisco City Attorney's Office.
San Francisco Lawsuit Takes Aim At Sellers Of Large-Capacity Ammunition Magazine 'Kits'San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera Thursday sued five online gun equipment suppliers selling disassembled large-capacity ammunition magazines as "repair kits" in an alleged attempt to get around state laws.
Levi's CEO Urges Customers Not To Bring Guns Into Their StoresThe CEO of Levi's is asking customers and employees not to bring guns into its stores, offices or facilities, even in states where it's legal.