Jones sponsored background check legislation which passed in the legislature but was vetoed by Governor Sandoval
About 100 gun safety advocates rallied at the Capitol for a proposal to require criminal background checks of more people who buy firearms at gun shows.
As the dust begins to settle from a scuffle in the Nevada Legislature over gun control, only two substantial plans remain that would overhaul firearms policy in the state.
Backers of a bill to allow employees of school districts and Nevada’s higher education system to carry guns on campus if they have a concealed weapon permit say the issue is about responding quickly to imminent threats.
Utah lawmakers have advanced a bill that declares Utah alone is able to regulate firearms in the state.
A tax on guns and ammunition may be on the way to Nevada.
A Clark County commissioner faces municipal charges for allegedly shooting a gun outside his North Las Vegas home last month.
A federal judge in Las Vegas sentenced a 28-year-old man to 237 years in federal prison after a jury found him guilty last November of heading a three-day spree of nine armed robberies in August 2010.
NEW YORK – Wal-Mart said Thursday that it is bringing guns back to many of its U.S. stores in an effort to lift slumping sales, including some right here in Southern Nevada In 2006, Wal-Mart […]
A national firearms group plans to host its annual trade show in Las Vegas this week, while some are calling for tougher gun restrictions after the Arizona shootings.