Knowledge is Power! This is How to Stay Informed with Google News Alerts!

How to set-up news alerts in Google so you get notified of things you are interested in, such as Firearms Rights, Defensive Gun Uses and more.

First, you should go to

Then you enter keywords you want to be notified if there are any news stories on. You can enter anything that interests you but we hope you would enter things like “gun control bill”, “Active Shooter” and such. Here is a list of some that I have set up:
You, of course, can pick your own, but I have found these and a few others work well to keep me informed.

These will be sent to your email address that you designate and you can choose how often. I have mine set to daily, and immediately for a few (like active shooter). This will help to keep you informed, and also get you news stories about topics of interest to you.

These are the directions from Google Help on this topic:

Create an alert You can get emails when new results for a topic show up in Google Search.

For example, you can get info about news, products, or mentions of your name. Create an alert

1. Go to Google Alerts.

2. In the box at the top, enter a topic you want to follow.

3. To change your settings, click Show options.

You can change: How often you get notifications, the types of sites you’ll see, your language, the part of the world you want info from, how many results you want to see, what accounts get the alert

4. Click Create Alert. You’ll get emails whenever we find matching search results.

Edit an alert

1. Go to Google Alerts.

2. Next to an alert, click Edit .

3. If you don’t see any options, click Show options.

4. Make your changes.

5. Click Update Alert.

6. To change how you get alerts, click Settings check the options you want and click Save.

Delete an alert

1. Go to Google Alerts.

2. Next to the alert you want to remove, click Delete .

3. Optional: You can also delete an alert by clicking Unsubscribe at the bottom of an alert email

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