The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office says a deputy was shot during firearms training.
As federal authorities continue to investigate Friday’s deadly shooting at Los Angeles International Airport, new questions arise about whether TSA officers should be allowed to carry weapons.
A major blow to opponents of Maryland’s new gun control laws: a federal judge has denied a request to delay the laws from taking effect.
A former epidemiologist for the Oklahoma Department of Health has been sentenced to one year and one day in federal prison after he pleaded guilty to illegally shipping firearms to the Republic of Ghana and defrauding the Social Security Administration.
A newspaper’s investigation reveals that at least 41 guns have been lost or stolen from deputy U.S. marshals’ vehicles and homes since 2007.
A Maryland delegate launches a campaign to close what he calls a loophole in Maryland gun laws.
A gun rights group is contesting firearms restrictions in a Frederick County town.
The Baltimore Police Department has resumed testing officers’ firearms skills, examinations it suspended about a month ago after a police trainee was shot at another location.
A former National Guardsman charged with trespassing inside an Anne Arundel County high school has been released on house arrest.
The call for action to toughen the nation’s gun laws heats up.
With the battle over gun control raging at the national and state level, a task force in Maryland is finding ways to improve our system.
Prince George’s County fire officials say a bomb squad has neutralized a “hazardous device” in College Park.