Illinois State Police Crackdown On Gun Owners With Revoked FOID Cards: Has It Worked?It has been nearly five months since the Illinois State Police promised to make sure gun owners who have had their Firearm Owners Identification cards revoked actually turn in their weapons.
Illinois State Police Take 'First Steps' To Make Sure People With Revoked Firearm Licenses Don't Keep GunsNearly three weeks after a shooter with a revoked firearm license killed five people at a factory in Aurora, Illinois State Police have unveiled a laundry list of changes designed to make it easier for police to make sure people don't keep their guns after losing their licenses.
Report: Police Not Reporting People Who Shouldn't Own GunsFerguson recommended Chicago police officials train officers on the reporting requirements and make the forms accessible for officers.
Sheriff's Deputies Seizing Guns From People With Revoked PermitsA new team from the Cook County Sheriff's Office has launched an effort to seize guns from thousands of people whose state gun permits have been revoked.
Gun Owners Ask Courts To Let Them Carry Firearms In Public Right AwayDespite Tuesday’s dramatic concealed-carry victory at the Statehouse, gun-rights advocates headed back into federal court Wednesday to object to the pace at which the state intends to carry out the new law and to seek immediate authority to begin carrying their firearms in public places.
Chicago Concealed-Carry Advocates Welcome New LawDeborah Gowder says she can't escape the danger of being mugged while walking the streets of her Englewood neighborhood, a place where she says she was attacked decades ago.
Illinois Swamped By Surge In Firearm Owner ApplicationsIllinois State Police say they're trying to deal with a huge backlog of applications for Firearms Owner Identification cards.
Illinois Gun Buyers Now Waiting More Than 60 Days For FOID CardMore than 70,000 FOID card applications have been received in March, putting it on track to be the record month so far for the program.
Big Jump In Gun Card Applications In Illinois Since Colorado MassacreSince the mass murders in Colorado, interest in owning a gun appears to have spiked here in Illinois.
Downstate Lawmaker: Politics, Economy Have Meant More FOID CardsAn Illinois lawmaker says state politics and the economy have helped increase the number of FOID card registrations over the past year.
Gun Owner Privacy Battle Headed To CourtThe issue of gun owner privacy – or secrecy – is heading to the courts.