The March 1st deadline is approaching quickly. If Congress doesn't act, sequestration goes into effect; it's a series of budget slashing and tax increases. Federal agencies across the board are watching closely, and worried about their budgets.
"We've been wondering, how are they going to cut the staff lower... more »
Cadets at the U.S. Air Force Academy now have access to improved weapons training without ever needing to fire any bullets. The Academy recently purchased a Firearms Training Simulator that mimics real life.
The system uses a computer and video projector to display life sized scenes and guns that... more »
A man with a shot gun stuffed in a duffle bag was taken into custody Sunday at Memorial Hospital after he tried to bring the bag through the hospital emergency room. Pat McElderry, Security Director for Memorial Health System, says after seeing the metal detectors in the ER admitting area,... more »
HELENA, Mont. (AP) - Federal authorities say firearms dealers in states where medical marijuana is legal can't sell guns or ammunition to registered users of the drug.
Licensed gun dealers already can't sell guns to buyers who answer "yes" when a required form asks them if they are "an... more »
A Colorado couple pleaded guilty in a Denver federal court to charges related to the illegal trapping and interstate sale of bobcats, the Justice Department announced today.
Jeffrey M. Bodnar, 37, pleaded guilty Tuesday to one felony count of conspiracy to violate the Lacey Act, and one felony count of... more »
Pueblo police have arrested a man accused of trying to hire someone to cut his ex-girlfriend's face and hurt her nephew.
John Richard Lucero, 22, of Pueblo was arrested Friday on a warrant for attempted first-degree assault. Police Sgt. Eric Bravo says Lucero is accused of offering an undercover... more »
Background checks for firearms in Colorado were up last year. The Instacheck Unit of the Colorado Bureau of Investigations, which handles statewide background checks for firearms, approved 202,613 background checks in 2009, up from 196,980 in 2008. Firearm and ammunition sales spiked nationwide last year, sparked partly by fears that... more »