Los Lunas, N.M., schools have a new weapon in the fight to keep guns off campus: money. The district plans a $1,000 reward for anyone who turns in people who have guns on campus.

"We want people to know there's a $1,000 bounty on their head if they bring a gun to school," Superintendent Danny Burnett said.

The identity of tipsters who turn in people with guns on campus will remain secret unless


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