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Harris County gun buybacks get nearly $1.1 million in funding from commissioners

Posted on · Up to eight gun buyback events will be held by the county, potentially starting in November, that aim to reduce instances of gun violence and gun-related deaths. They'll be structured similarly to a buyback event held in Houston in August.

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Montgomery County youth softball league amends ‘gun raffle’ after complaint

Posted on · The South Montgomery Girls Softball League is now offering gift cards to a gun and ammunition store as well as a sporting goods store as prizes for its fall raffle fundraiser, instead of an assault rifle and pistol, according to information posted on its website.

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Challenges, updates on the Uvalde school shooting. What’s actually been done?

Posted on · Since the tragedy in Uvalde, the new school year has us all looking for answers. Today, we get a current update from The Texas Tribune, talk with those who have the power to make change, and we hear from the father of one of Robb Elementary School's shooting victims.

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Is it possible for America to uphold the Second Amendment, and also have gun laws in place to stop violence? Plus, President Biden tests positive for COVID, increases risk for more severe case

Posted on · The Supreme Court made its voice heard on this topic, but with recent mass shootings, there’s a public outcry for change. Also, with President Biden testing positive for COVID, a medical expert explains why there should be concern for his health due to his age.

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A closer look at Uvalde school shooting ‘systemic failures’, and what’s being done to help families heal

Posted on · With the recent release of the Texas House committee investigation of the Robb Elementary School shooting and with Uvalde County commissioners' approval of a $5 million contract to assist victims, experts discuss what we can learn in order to protect our kids in the future.