In front of the state capitol, gun rights advocates with the group Come and Take it Texas, used a machine to make the lower part of a gun and a point.
The start of Texas’ 140-day legislative session Tuesday may answer some key questions on several important topics, but it is sure to raise many others.
U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor has tossed the lawsuit by Open Carry Tarrant County against the city of Arlington.
Wendy Davis has said she regrets expressing support for the open carry of handguns in her failed gubernatorial bid.
Eric Williams, once the school kid considered most likely to succeed in life, will now die by lethal injection for being a cold-blooded killer.
A South Texas lawmaker proposes protecting from school punishment students through fifth grade who use their hands, toys, even food items to mimic guns.
Gun rights activists are prepared to battle with the City of Arlington again on Wednesday after a federal judge sided with the group earlier this year.
A man shot a man who attempted to rob him and his wife outside of an ALDI grocery store Tuesday night.
Fort Hood troops train how to use protective gear before they head to Liberia and help contain the Ebola virus.
Texas officials have withdrawn a plan to allow sales of alcohol at some gun shows, which would have come with strict conditions, such as a ban on sales of live ammunition.
Experts said that the rush to buy guns is slowing down. The number of Texans who have sought permission to buy firearms has taken an 18 percent drop this past year.
Dallas County will target domestic violence offenders when it starts confiscating guns from abusers this fall.