COVID-19 In Allegheny County: Sheriff's Office Firearms Division Closes Until Further Notice Due To Coronavirus ExposureThe Allegheny County Sheriff's Office Firearms Division is closed until further notice due to a COVID-19 exposure.
Allegheny County Firearms Office ReopensThe Allegheny County Sheriff's Office announced the Firearms Office has reopened by appointment only.
Giant Eagle Says It Prefers Customers No Longer Open Carry In Grocery Stores, Gas StationsGiant Eagle has announced that it will no longer allow people to openly carry firearms in their stores or gas stations.
Dick's Sporting Goods Testing Whether It Should Stop Gun SalesDick's, one of the country's biggest gun retailers, has been quietly testing the water on whether to pull out entirely from what it calls the "hunt" business.
Bedford Co. Man Charged With Selling Guns Stolen From Federal Storage FacilityA Pennsylvania man is charged with selling guns and ammunition stolen from a federal storage facility in West Virginia.
Pa. Sen. Pat Toomey Joins Other Senators, Calls For Bipartisan Action To Improve Gun Safety LawsPennsylvania Republican Senator Pat Toomey says he is supporting bipartisan congressional action to improve gun safety laws.
Attorney General Josh Shapiro Unveils Program To Trace Guns Used In CrimesPennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro is launching a new program involving guns used in crimes.
Will Pa. Gun Owners Have To Give Up Their Firearms To Get Medical Marijuana?Pennsylvania State Police officials are stirring up protest among Pennsylvania gun-owners who are also potential medical marijuana patients.
Man Found Not Guilty In Cruelty To Animals CaseA man charged with shooting two dogs in the head and leaving them to die in a Beaver County park last year has been found not guilty on two counts of cruelty to animals.
Outage Of PSP's Internet-Based Systems Brings Firearms Sales To HaltPennsylvania State Police are experiencing an outage which is affecting its internet–based systems.
Ammo Catching Up With Demand, Firearms Dealers SayA year after a national shortage of firearms ammunition was being felt at sporting-goods stores, Pennsylvania firearms dealers say supply is catching up with demand.