A Republican city councilman hoping to challenge Democratic Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar once pleaded guilty for having a loaded handgun at the airport. St. Bonifacius councilman Joe Arwood discussed the 2005 incident today with The Associated Press.
Grand Forks police are investigating a reported armed robbery at the Select Inn, 4001 Gateway Drive, shortly before midnight Wednesday. A masked man with two guns got away with money. Near midnight,a dispatcher said officers were converging on the site and she had sent out a description of the robber over police radios to officers. by 3 a.m., nobody had been apprehended.
If the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down Chicago’s handgun ban, the city will likely do what Washington, D.C., did when its own ban was overturned two years ago: Put in place all sorts of regulations and restrictions to make it tougher to buy guns and easier for police to know who has them.
Justices may extend gun owner rights nationwide The Supreme Court suggested Tuesday it will strike down U.S. cities’ outright bans on handguns, a ruling that could establish a nationwide ownership right fervently sought by gun advocates. But the justices indicated less severe limits could survive, continuing disputes over the “right to keep and bear arms.”
Brothers' Warroad family of 18 once featured on TV's TLC The charge stems from an incident Monday in which Joseph Gabriel Heppner, 24, is accused of attempting to fire a loaded pistol during an argument with his brother, 26-year-old Samuel Heppner.
A Grand Forks man who accidentally shot himself in the leg has been released from the hospital, an Altru nursing supervisor said Monday.
Ron Delp, 31, was sitting on his couch, taking apart his .40-caliber handgun shortly after midnight Saturday, said Grand Forks Police Lt. Grant Schiller.
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