|More gun laws means fewer deaths, 50-state study says
A new 50-state study reveals something many have long known -- that those states with the most gun laws have the fewest gun-related deaths.
|MS Bill to Allow School Boards to Arm Employees
Mississippi is a step closer to arming school employees. The House just passed a bill to let local school boards decide if teachers and other employees can carry concealed weapons. Watch Video
|Mayor, MPD Director Unveil Plan to Reduce Gun Crime
A community center shooting injuring two teens happened just moments before Memphis Mayor A C Wharton and Police Director Toney Armstrong unveiled their new plan to crack down on gun violence in the Bluff City.
|Arkansas House Approves Guns in Church Bill
The Arkansas House overwhelmingly approved a bill that allows concealed handguns in churches.
|Miss. House Votes to Seal Concealed-Carry Gun Info
The Mississippi House has voted to block public access to information about state-issued permits for people to carry concealed weapons.
|Bullets Flying off Shelves Cause National Ammo Shortage
A national ammo shortage is making it difficult to buy rounds for your favorite pistol.
|Obama Taking 23 Actions Aimed at Gun Violence
President Barack Obama is taking 23 executive actions aimed at curbing gun violence that don't require congressional action, including measures to encourage schools to hire police officers, increase research on gun violence and improve efforts to prosecute gun crime. | Read President Obama's 23 Executive Actions (225.7KB)
|Murder Victim's Father Proud of President's Gun Safety Plan
A dad who lost his son to gun violence outside of a Memphis nightclub was glad to hear about the President's gun safety plan. Watch Video
|Gov. Bryant: Mississippi Should Resist Federal Limits on Guns
Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant said Wednesday that he wants the state to resist any presidential order that might restrict gun rights.
|'Gun Appreciation Day' Created to Protest Gun Control
Life, liberty and the pursuit of gun ownership; Saturday, January 19, will be Gun Appreciation Day in America. A media consultant came up with the event as a way to protest President Obama’s call for tougher gun laws.
|New Law Would Privatize Concealed Weapons Permits in Mississippi
Right now, Mississippi's conceal carry records are freely available, so are Tennessee's. But several Mississippi law makers are pushing to change that in the Magnolia State. Watch Video
|Bill to Allow Concealed Guns in Arkansas Churches
Arkansas is one of 10 states where concealed weapons are banned in places of worship. Local church members say extra protection may not be a bad thing. Watch Video
|Memphis Mayor A C Wharton Gets Personal on Gun Issue
Memphis Mayor A C Wharton says when it comes to guns on the streets of the Bluff City, he's had enough. Watch Video