Supreme Court to Decide Legality of Trump’s Bump Stock Ban and Gun Accessories Authentication

Las Vegas, Nevada – After a tragic massacre at an outdoor music festival in Las Vegas left 58 people dead and hundreds injured, the Trump administration took steps to ban bump stocks, the device used by the gunman in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history. This move sparked a legal battle that will be considered by the Supreme Court on Wednesday, with potential implications for federal restrictions on modifying semiautomatic rifles. The bump …

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Tragic Loss of Chicago Community Pillar Sparks Calls for Action Against Gun Violence

Chicago, Illinois – The tragic loss of Simon Willie Brown Sr., a beloved figure in the Chicago community, has once again brought the spotlight on the city’s ongoing struggle with gun violence. Brown, known for his kindness and active role in his neighborhood, was fatally shot outside a local liquor store, leaving residents and leaders in mourning and calling for action. His untimely death serves as a stark reminder of the harsh reality of urban …

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Advocates Call for Stricter Gun Laws After Tragic Burnsville Shooting

St. Paul, Minnesota – Advocates for stricter gun laws have renewed their push for legislative action following a recent tragic incident in Burnsville. The fatal shooting of three first responders has reignited calls for enhanced gun control measures to prevent similar tragedies from occurring in the future. In response to the incident, families impacted by gun violence and the organization Protect Minnesota are advocating for a series of proposals. These include mandatory reporting to authorities …

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Gunman Who Killed Two Police Officers and a Firefighter in Burnsville, MN Was Prohibited from Owning a Gun

Burnsville, MN – The Hennepin County Medical Examiner has identified the man responsible for the shooting that took the lives of two police officers and a firefighter on Sunday morning as Shannon Gooden, 38, of Burnsville. Gooden, who lost his right to own a gun due to a 2007 felony assault conviction, was involved in a domestic situation that escalated into gunfire, resulting in the tragic deaths of the three first responders. Authorities reported that …

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Burnsville Shooter ID’d, Was Prohibited from Owning Gun After 2007 Felony Assault

BURNSVILLE, MN – The Hennepin County Medical Examiner revealed the identity of the shooter responsible for the deaths of two police officers and a firefighter on Sunday morning. Shannon Gooden, 38, of Burnsville, was killed in the shooting, with reports suggesting that he took his own life. Gooden had lost his right to own a gun due to a 2007 felony assault conviction and had been unsuccessful in petitioning for the restoration of his gun …

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Gun Violence Erupts at Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl Rally, 22 Shot and 1 Killed

KANSAS CITY, Missouri — A celebration turned into tragedy as gunshots rang out during the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl rally, leaving 22 people injured, including nine children, and one person dead. The incident occurred at Union Station, where the rally took place. Lisa Lopez-Galvan, a mother of two and a popular radio DJ, was fatally shot during the attack. At a news conference, Kansas City Police Chief Stacey Graves confirmed the fatality and announced …

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Michigan’s New Gun Safety Laws Take Effect Today: What You Need to Know

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — As of Tuesday, new gun safety laws are in effect in Michigan, bringing changes to how firearms are bought and stored in the state. One of the key changes is the requirement for background checks for long gun sales, which was previously only required for handgun sales. This means that anyone purchasing a rifle or shotgun from a private seller will now need to undergo a background check. Additionally, the new …

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Hallsville duplex explosion caused by accidental firing of gun into propane tank, report finds

HALLSVILLE, Mo. – An investigative report has determined that the duplex explosion in Hallsville, Missouri, was caused by an accidental discharge of a gun into a propane tank, which then ignited with a lit candle. The explosion occurred on Jan. 17 in the 6300 block of East Tayler Court, resulting in serious injuries for a couple living in the duplex. The Missouri Department of Public Safety provided this information, shedding light on the unfortunate incident. …

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Suburban Chicago Man Suspected of Killing 8 Relatives Before Turning Gun on Himself in Texas

Joliet, Illinois – A tragic shooting incident in suburban Chicago has left eight people dead, with the suspect believed to be related to most of the victims. The 23-year-old suspect, Romeo Nance, reportedly took his own life during a confrontation with law enforcement in Texas, a day after the shootings took place. Authorities in Illinois provided a clearer timeline of the events, stating that they believe all eight victims were shot on Sunday, and Nance …

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Elderly Man Shoots and Kills Wife, Two Adult Children Before Turning Gun on Himself in Los Angeles Home, Authorities Say

LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Tragedy struck a neighborhood in Los Angeles on Saturday as a man in his 80s reportedly shot and killed his wife and two adult children before taking his own life. The incident, categorized as a murder-suicide by the Los Angeles Police Department, left the community in shock and mourning. Law enforcement authorities were alerted to the shooting at a residence in the Granada Hills area around 7 p.m. Responding officers found …

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