Joushua Blount is a University of Alabama graduate now working as a multimedia journalist at the ABC-TV station in Columbia, Missouri. During his time being mentored in the Alabama Public Radio newsroom, he produced a feature on gun safety.
Alabama Public Radio is turning forty years old. All year long the APR news team is diving into the archive to bring you the best of the best of our coverage. That includes this story from just last year. APR mentors University of Alabama journalism grad students every summer. That includes Joushua Blount. He's a UA grad and he's working as a multimedia journalist at the ABC station in Columbia, Missouri. Joushua produced a story that's noteworthy, one week after the mass shooting in Texas. It has to do with gun safety here in Alabama. Here's that story from the APR archives. And a note to our listeners, this feature makes reference to shooting accidents.
An APR New featureAlabama lawmakers ended their regular session by passing bills on concealed weapons permits. Both measures require firearms training for…