Here’s a recap of the Wednesday edition of the KDKA Afternoon News.
Record breaking numbers of people are purchasing guns in the wake of the proposed assault weapons ban, especially locally.
A school district in Ohio says it plans to arm a few of its non-teaching employees with handguns.
In the wake of Newtown, there is talk of an assault-style weapon ban in congress — and now one in Pennsylvania.
Owners of local gun stores say they’ve seen a dramatic increase in sales since the school shooting in Connecticut.
Just in case you were busy Monday, or wanted to hear a segment of Monday’s KDKA Afternoon News one more time, here’s a recap of the highlights.
Officials are still trying to piece together a motive for the shooter who killed 26 children and adults at a Newtown, Conn. elementary school.
Several armed men pulled off a home invasion in Cranberry Township Thursday night.
Some South Side residents are thankful to be alive this Thanksgiving, but fed up with violence in their neighborhood.
They were storied outlaws in the 1930s, and now, two guns believed to have once been owned by Bonnie and Clyde are up for auction.
The PA Senate approved the latest “castle doctrine” bill today by a lopsided 45-5 vote.
It’s Q&A Tuesday! KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek talked with Kim Stolfer from the Allegheny County Sportsman’s League. Mike and Kim discussed many issues as well as taking questions from listeners.