Ex-NFL Kicker Jay Feely Says He Held Gun In Prom Picture As A 'Joke'Jay Feely, who played for six NFL teams in his 14-year career, posted the picture on Twitter in which the pro athlete stood between his daughter and her prom date while holding the pistol.
'If You Kill Someone, We Might Kill You Back': Sheriff's County Welcome Sign Goes ViralA sheriff in georgia has erected a sign touting its resident's ability to carry concealed weapons and their alleged willingness to use them.
National Restaurant Association Keeps Getting Mistaken For The National Rifle AssociationMany Americans are reportedly confusing the highly criticized NRA with an organization in the restaurant industry.
Bronin: Delete NRA From State LawHartford Mayor Luke Bronin has written state leaders, asking them to remove the National Rifle Association from the pistol permitting process in Connecticut.
Schools Ban Backpacks To Make Students 'Feel Safe' After Mass ShootingNiles McKinley High School in Ohio is one of the latest schools to ban students from carrying their books in a backpack.
Two Men Charged In Gun TheftThe weapons were stolen in March of 2017
Successful Gun Buybacks In Two CitiesDozens of firearms were collected in Hartford and New Haven
Arrest Made After Shots Were Fired In EllingtonState Police say the suspect fired more than 30 rounds from three guns
3 Million Americans Carry A Handgun Daily, Study SaysResearchers found that nearly a quarter of the respondents had carried their handgun in public within the last month.
Hartford Police Collect Guns, Medications In Separate EventsHartford police were involved in two separate events, collecting unwanted guns and prescription medications Saturday.
Gun Stocks Rise Anew, and More People Own Them Than Know ItAfter a gunman killed more than 50 people in Las Vegas in the nation's latest mass shooting, stocks in the gun industry followed a familiar pattern. They rose.
Connecticut Gun Permits Increase 73% In 2016Gun enthusiasts in Connecticut believe concerns over changes to federal and state gun laws fueled a 73 percent increase in the number of pistol permits issued in the state last year.