Hillary Clinton Speaks To Trayvon Martin Foundation, Talks Gun ControlHillary Clinton spoke Saturday night at the Circle of Mothers event supporting the Trayvon Martin Foundation.
Clinton To Speak At Trayvon Martin Foundation EventHillary Clinton is expected to make an appearance at the Trayvon Martin Foundation event in Ft. Lauderdale.
Trump, Clinton Speeches To Highlight US Divisions On Guns Presidential hopefuls Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton - on opposite sides of the gun debate - will court various voters in events meant to highlight the U.S. divide on the matter.
TMZ: Zimmerman Gun Auction Closes At $120K George Zimmerman's gun used to kill Florida teen Trayvon Martin has closed and the winning bid topped at $120,000.
Bidding Underway For George Zimmerman's Gun - AgainGeorge Zimmerman is hoping the third time is the charm as he tries to sell the gun he used to kill Trayvon Martin.
Zimmerman's Gun Up For Auction A Third TimeThe gun George Zimmerman used to kill Trayvon Martin is back on the auction block for the third time.
Zimmerman Again Trying To Sell Infamous PistolFormer neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman is once again trying to sell the gun he used to kill Trayvon Martin.
Zimmerman Says He's Auctioning Gun Used To Kill Trayvon MartinGeorge Zimmerman says he is auctioning off the gun he used to kill Miami teen Trayvon Martin.
Hillary Clinton To Speak At Trayvon Martin Foundation EventDemocratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will be the keynote speaker later this month the third annual Circle of Mothers conference in Ft. Lauderdale.
South Florida Remembers Trayvon Martin At Weekend EventThe Trayvon Martin Foundation hosted it's 4th annual Remembrance Weekend featuring music, entertainment and a memorial Peace Walk and dinner.
Palm Beach Gardens Adding Body Cameras In Light Of Corey Jones ShootingPalm Beach Gardens Police will be getting body cameras sometime this year after a unanimous vote at a city council meeting Thursday.
'Stand Your Ground' Bill Heads To Senate FloorA proposal that would shift the burden of proof to the state in cases involving Florida's controversial "stand your ground" law is poised to go to the full Senate after stalling in the House.