Texas is one of the few states with ban on the open carry of handguns that could change in 2015, with push for expanded gun rights.
The first class of teachers and school administrators seeking a school marshal license begin training Monday.
Calling them “weird,” “foolish,” and “attention hungry,” the National Rifle Association is blasting the pro-gun group Open Carry Texas for demonstrations that resulted in guns being banned from several restaurant chains.
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.
New laws are now on the books across Texas, including changes to gun rules, new laws for apartment dwellers, and why you may have to pay more for a night out on the town.
Witnesses say a gun-rights rally outside the Capitol was interrupted when state troopers handcuffed two pistol-wearing demonstrators and took them into custody.
Nearly 80,000 gun-toting Texans are getting gun insurance.
A 5-year-old boy who was accidentally shot in the head by his eight-year-old friend has died.
Getting a concealed handgun license in Texas may soon get much easier. A bill on its way to Governor Perry would reduce the amount of training required for a license.
The Tarrant County Democratic Party wants to run background checks on customers purchasing guns at events held on city property, which would include attendees of the Original Fort Worth Gun Show.
NFL greats Emmitt Smith, Deion Sanders, Michael Irvin, LaDainian Tomlinson and Marshall Faulk are appearing in a public service announcement in favor of gun law reforms.
Collin County Sheriff Terry Box says he will not enforce new federal gun laws, if they are passed.