North Texas Man Accused Of Shooting At Embassy Said He Feared Cuban Organized CrimeA North Texas man accused of spraying nearly three dozen rounds into the front of the Cuban Embassy in Washington, D.C. told police he wanted to “get them before they could get him.”
TCU Women's Rifle Team Gunning For Another National TitleAs it stands, the TCU Women's Rifle team is the winningest team in school history with three national championships under their belt.
Police: Texas Airman Shoots, Kills Himself After Being Shot By OfficerPolice say an airman from a Texas Air Force base shot himself in the head and died after an officer shot him during an armed confrontation.
Officers Shoot, Injure Suspect Wielding Rifle Through Window Of McKinney HomePolice officers shot and injured a suspect wielding a rifle through a window of a McKinney home early Sunday morning.
Gunsmith Accidentally Shoots Himself In Arm At Grapevine Bass Pro ShopA gunsmith working on a rifle accidentally shot himself in the arm at the Bass Pro Shop in Grapevine Tuesday afternoon.
Dallas Police Arrest Man Armed With Rifle Who Reportedly Assaulted WifeOne man is in custody after assaulting his wife, then barricading himself with a rifle at a Dallas apartment complex last night.
6-Year-Old Boy Shot In Head By Brother In Arlington On Sunday Has DiedThe Tarrant County Medical Examiners Office confirmed Zain Fadhil passed away Thursday morning.
Man Reels In Semi-Automatic Rifle While Fishing At Lake ArlingtonA man who was fishing at Lake Arlington Saturday reeled in something unusual: a semi-automatic rifle, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported.
Police: Man Found With Rifle In Wall At Wise County School ArrestedAfter a six-hour manhunt Wednesday, police found and arrested a man with a rifle stuck in a wall at a Wise County school.
Driver Injures Dallas Deputy In Hit-And-Run AccidentA deputy was left injured after a driver crashed into two Dallas County squad cars in a hit-and-run accident Sunday morning.
Largest Maker Of Bump Stocks Will Stop Accepting OrdersThe largest manufacturer of bump stocks, which allow semi-automatic weapons to fire rapidly like automatic firearms, announced Wednesday that it will stop taking orders and shut down its website next month.