Snyder OKs Concealed Carry Exemptions, Paramedic ImmunityPrison guards and retired probation and parole officers with a concealed-carry permit can have their gun in schools and other generally off limits areas under laws signed by Gov. Rick Snyder.
Michigan Concealed Gun Licensing To Change Next WeekStarting Tuesday, three-member county gun boards will no longer issue, deny, revoke or suspend licenses.
Lawmakers Look To End Sales Tax On Gun Safety DevicesSupporters say Michigan should do all it can to promote gun safety.
Authorities: Man Smuggled Guns From Michigan To His Native LebanonAuthorities say a 54-year-old western Michigan man used his import-export business to smuggle handguns from the U.S. to his native Lebanon.
Police Make 20 Arrests, Seize 16 Pounds Of Pot, Issue 242 Citations In East Side Gas Station RaidsGas stations were checked and inspected for blight, loitering, narcotic activity and related violations, while warrant sweeps were conducted in surrounding communities.
After Concerns Over Gun, Milford Approves Veterans MemorialThe veterans memorial initially raised concerns in part because it included a depiction of a gun.
Ann Arbor School Board To Consider Weapons-Free PolicyMichigan Open Carry's vice president Tom Lambert said the school district's plan to ban guns from school campuses is "lawless."
Number Of Michigan Women Getting Concealed Gun Licenses On The RiseMore and more women in metro Detroit and across the state are packing heat.
20 Shotguns Missing From Flint Police DepartmentA Jan. 22 inventory audit determined one Mossberg and 19 Remington duty shotguns are missing from the department's supplies.
Program Lets Kids Under Age 10 Fire Rifles, Shotguns, MuzzleloadersYoung hunters can try a variety of firearms, as well as archery equipment, try a hunting simulator and get tips about what to expect in the field.
5 People Arrested After Guns Found Near InfantsThe officers found four guns inside the home, two of which had been stolen.
House Passes Gun Records Confidentiality BillsThe House moved to broaden gun owners' rights Thursday by voting to reaffirm the confidential status of gun records, clarify the definition of "brandishing" a gun and lift a ban on short-barreled rifles.