Here is a look at stories across Texas Saturday evening.
The mother’s group, Texas Moms Demand Action, are planning to protest Target’s open carry gun policy at the department store’s shareholder meeting in Dallas.
Michael Bloomberg announced the formation of $50 million group to closely at 15 states, including Texas, where gun control initiatives have advanced.
Under pressure from gun control advocates, Facebook agreed Wednesday to delete posts from users selling illegal guns or offering weapons for sale without background checks.
One of the country’s largest producers of gun magazines is leaving Colorado and moving operations to Wyoming and Texas because of new gun laws.
SAN ANTONIO (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Several hundred gun rights activists armed with rifles and shotguns rallied Saturday outside of the Alamo in a demonstration that broke a longstanding tradition of not staging such events at the […]
A gun control and parent group is boycotting Starbucks this Saturday over the coffee chain’s policy on allowing firearms in their stores, where state law permits it.
Authorities are investigating the Friday afternoon shooting death of a man in West Dallas.
The contentious push to allow Texas college students to carry firearms on campus has won final passage in the House.
The Texas House approved a batch of bills Saturday to further soften gun laws that were already among the country’s most firearms-friendly.
The National Rifle Association held their annual meeting in Houston today. This year’s theme is “Stand and Fight,” and some politicians in attendance had plenty to say about it.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry says passing new gun control laws won’t stop criminals and would only make law-abiding citizens easy targets by depriving them of weapons to defend themselves.