National Rifle Association Drops ‘Jane Doe’ Appeal In Florida Gun LawsuitThe National Rifle Association has abandoned an effort to keep secret the identities of two young adults in a challenge to a state law raising the age to purchase rifles and other long guns.
Florida County Declares Itself 'Second Amendment Sanctuary'The Lake County Board of Commissioners passed a unanimous resolution this month declaring itself a "Second Amendment Sanctuary."
Moved By Parkland Shooting, Dick's Sporting Goods CEO Says Company Destroys $5 Million Worth Of WeaponsDick's Sporting Goods says it has destroyed $5 million of the chain's gun inventory.
Contributions Pour In For Assault Weapons Ban In FloridaIn the wake of two mass shootings in Texas and Ohio last month, contributions flooded into a political committee seeking to ban possession and sale of assault weapons in Florida, according to a new campaign-finance report filed at the state Division of Elections.
Publix: Only Police Officers Should Openly Carry Guns In Its StoresPublix is joining a growing number of retailers in asking customers not to openly carry firearms in its stores, even if state laws allow it.
Walmart To Stop Some Ammo SalesWalmart announced Tuesday it will stop selling ammunition while requesting that customers not openly carry firearms in its stores, even where state laws allow it.
Assault Weapons Registry Would Come At A CostA panel of state economists on Tuesday estimated it would cost $4 million to build a registry to carry out a proposed constitutional amendment that targets possession of assault weapons, if Floridians approve the measure in November 2020.
Police: Florida Boy, 10, Dies After Getting Shot In Head By Friend Authorities in Florida say a 10-year-old boy has died after his 14-year-old friend accidentally shot him in the head while the children played with a gun.
Florida Dems Fail To Force Special Session On GunsLawmakers in Florida will not be convening for a special session on guns.
Jewelry Store In Miami Robbed Of Thousands Of Dollars Worth Of InventoryMiami police are appealing for the public’s help after they say four brazen criminals broke into a jewelry store in broad daylight, attacked and tied up the owner at gunpoint and stole thousands of dollars worth of items.
Local Governments, State Square Off On Florida Gun LawsA Leon County circuit judge Friday heard arguments in a challenge by 33 cities and counties to a state law that imposes strict penalties if local officials regulate firearms.
Florida Judge Weighs Fight Over Local Gun RestrictionsIn a case filed in the aftermath of last year’s mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, a circuit judge is poised to hear arguments about the constitutionality of a state law that imposes tough penalties on local officials if they approve gun regulations.
Police Identify Off-Duty Miami Cop Who Fired Gun In Publix StorePolice have identified the off-duty police officer who accidentally fired his gun inside a West Kendall Publix and wounded a woman in the process.
Off Duty Miami Police Officer Accidentally Fires Gun Inside Publix StorePolice are investigating an accidental gun discharge Wednesday afternoon at a Publix store in Southwest Miami-Dade.
'Gunshine' State? Florida Nears 2 Million Concealed Weapons PermitsFlorida is nearing a new threshold: granting authority to 2 million civilians who can lawfully carry guns tucked in waistbands, under jackets or inside purses into restaurants, shopping malls, and other public places.