Shooting, Chase, And Crash Leaves Woodland Neighbors On EdgeA wild shooting in Woodland forced people in several neighborhoods to take cover.
12-Year-Old Boy Accidentally Shot by 10-Year-Old Sister In TurlockA make-believe game between a pair of young siblings took a scary turn inside their Turlock home.
Modesto City Council Approves Law Banning Weapons At RalliesThe central California city of Modesto has banned firearms, glass bottles, baseball bats and other items that can be used as weapons at rallies and protests.
Three Gun-Related Arrests In 2 Days In VacavillePolice in Vacaville say they have made three separate gun-related arrests over the last two days.
Ammo Background Checks Add New Fee And Regulation To Gun IndustryStarting Monday, people are required to get a background check to buy ammunition and dealers are already reporting delays and glitches in the online system. 
Judge Again Halts High-Capacity Ammunition Magazine Sales In CaliforniaA federal judge on Friday halted sales of high-capacity ammunition magazines in California, giving state officials a chance to appeal his order last week that allowed their sale for the first time in nearly 20 years.
California Tightens Gun Rules On Concealed Weapons, Bump StocksThe bill helps standardize the state's current patchwork requirements for obtaining concealed weapons permits.
Americans Can Legally Download 3-D Guns Starting Next MonthGun-rights activists have reached a settlement with the government that will allow them to post 3-D printable gun plans online starting August 1.
Pro-Trump Billboard Tells Liberals To Arm ThemselvesA pro-Trump billboard in Maryland is warning liberals to arm themselves if they try to impeach the President.
Gun Deaths Declined In California Between 2000-2015Gun deaths have fallen in California over a 16 year period ending in 2015, driven largely by a decline in gang violence, a recent -- and rare -- scientific study of firearm violence found.
NRA Supporters Are Blowing Up Yeti Coolers In Company BoycottGun owners around the country are blowing up expensive coolers after the NRA accused outdoor lifestyle company Yeti of joining a nationwide boycott of the gun-rights organization.