NRA Drops Lawsuit Against San Francisco Over 'Terrorist' LabelThe National Rifle Association on Thursday dropped a lawsuit it filed against the city of San Francisco back in September over city supervisors' decision to label the group a domestic terrorist organization.
Gov. Newsom Signs Slate of New Gun RegulationsGov. Gavin Newsom signed 15 bills into law Friday that will enact new gun regulations in California.
Cow Palace Directors Vote To End Gun Shows After Current Contract ExpiresThe Cow Palace will stop hosting gun shows after the current contract expires next year after the board of directors voted unanimously Tuesday morning.
Senator Kamala Harris Says She Owns Gun, Supports Changes To LawsDemocratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris says she owns a gun and called it a “false choice” that the only two gun control options are complete, unrestricted access or a desire to seize everyone’s guns.
Federal Judge Blocks California's High-Capacity Ammunition BanHigh-capacity gun magazines will remain legal in California under a ruling Friday by a San Diego-based U.S. District judge.
49ers Reuben Foster Pleads No Contest To Assault Weapon Possession ChargeSan Francisco 49ers star linebacker Reuben Foster pleaded no contest Wednesday to a misdemeanor assault weapon possession charge and will serve 232 hours of community service.
Woman Won't Sing Anthem for Reno Team That Banned GunsA woman has declined an invitation to sing the national anthem at a Reno Aces baseball game because the minor league team won't let her bring her gun.
Gun Owners Stock Up On Ammo As New Online Bullet Law LoomsGun owners were stocking up on ammunition Saturday before new laws kick in across California on January 1.
A's Catcher Bruce Maxwell Arrested In Arizona On Gun ChargeMaxwell was the only player in major league baseball to take a knee this year during the national anthem to protest racial injustice.
'Bullet Button' Loophole Made San Bernardino Shooters' Assault Rifles Legal In CaliforniaAR-15 style rifles with detachable magazines are banned in California but the guns used in the massacre are legal here, because of what’s known as a “bullet button.”
Oakland City Council To Consider New Gun RestrictionsOakland officials are proposing several new ordinances to regulate guns in the city, seeking to reduce guns stolen from homes and vehicles including from law enforcement officers and banning high-capacity magazines.