The alleged gunman was identified by the AP as Myron May, a lawyer and former FSU student. The incident took place in the Strozier Library while hundreds of students were inside.
The Iowa man led police to his vehicle, where they discovered a rifle and 40 rounds of ammunition.
The man allegedly amassed a “small arsenal” of guns, the Globe and Mail reported.
Bristol-Plymouth Regional Technical School told the students they should have known better.
A government official, friends, and witnesses to the shooting identified the gunman Friday as Jaylen Fryberg, a freshman at Marysville-Pilchuck High School. On Nov. 7, 15-year-old Andrew Fryberg became the fourth victim to die from the shooting.
The school board said guns are fine in yearbook photos as long as the photos are tasteful.
So many bizarre weddings.
Best ever former celebrity couple.
Bloomberg-backed gun control organization Moms Demand Action launched a campaign Thursday to get Kroger’s to change its policies on allowing customers to carry guns at its stores.
As you might expect, they weren’t that into it.
Police said a disgruntled employee shot his boss before killing himself in the Bank of America building in Chicago.
Special Inspector General’s report says the Pentagon gave hundreds of thousands of rifles, machine guns, and other small arms to the Afghan police and army. But now the military can’t track who has them.
An artist is so inspired by Dan Bilzerian that he has created watercolor versions of the most interesting man on Instagram.
Curtis Reeves Jr. was released on bail this week. He is allowed to go to church, the grocery store, and his doctor’s office.
And now, everyone on the internet is sending her death threats.
Target has responded to the pressure to change its open-carry policy after incidents in two stores.
Jerad Miller, one of the accused shooters in the Las Vegas cop-killing rampage, posted last month that he needed a rifle.
Jon Meis tackled the man who opened fire at Seattle Pacific University Thursday. The internet thanked him by buying everything on his wedding registry, and more.
An employee says he saw a suspicious man acting fidgety in the kids’ section at the Target store in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, before finding a fully-loaded 9mm handgun in the toy aisle.
The National Rifle Association is walking back comments it made referring to a pro-gun group as “scary” and “downright weird.”
People are not thrilled about it.
Survivors and victims’ family members from Newtown, Aurora, Virginia Tech, and other shootings join UCSB dad Richard Martinez’s “Not One More” campaign to get the word out on gun violence. WARNING: Some graphic images.
The restaurant chains were pressured to change their policies on allowing customers to carry firearms after gun enthusiasts showed up with semiautomatic weapons.
The state police have found that guns are alive and well in Connecticut.
Well, you can but you’re really not supposed to.
If you ever needed a reason to watch footy, this is it.
Facing pressure from activists and politicians, Facebook announced Wednesday new enforcement measures targeting illegal gun sales advertised on the social network.
Facebook confirms that it is in talks with gun control advocates regarding its content policies with guns.
A gun shop’s banana stunt ends in police citation.