IRS Tax Crimes

The IRS through its Criminal Investigation (CI), is organized to promote voluntary compliance of the tax laws. It has the authority to both investigate...

Mayor subpoenaed for financial transfer

Crusader Staff Report Tensions are rising at City Hall, where Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson and several top officials are being subpoenaed by the city council, which...

J’s Breakfast Club to host a series of events during December

Six months have flown by, and the team at J’s Breakfast Club is all settled into a larger, more accommodating space in Gary’s Glen...

Thousands pack 49th Chicago Business Opportunity Fair

By Erick Johnson, Chicago Crusader Business mogul and philanthropist Hill Harper kicked off an inspiring weekend for minority business owners, who flocked to Chicago’s 49th...

Strack & Van Til holiday campaign raises $165,020

Provides nearly half a million meals to hungry neighbors through Food Bank of Northwest Indiana The Food Bank of Northwest Indiana recently announced the 2018...

Comcast plans to open an Xfinity store in Chicago’s historic Pullman community

Comcast announced plans to open an Xfinity Store in Chicago’s historic Pullman neighborhood at 11702 South Marshfield Ave. The 6,400-square-foot store, which is slated to open later...

Payday lending supporters attack CFPB, as RICO charges filed against top...

By Charlene Crowell For years deceptive and predatory lenders have bilked millions of trusting consumers from their hard-earned monies, while consumer advocates have fought back...

Got Legal Questions? – Get Legal Answers on MLK Holiday

Approximately 80 attorneys from various NWI bar associations will provide brief legal consultations at no cost to the general public at eight Northwest Indiana...

Powers & Sons celebrates 50 years

Powers & Sons Construction Company, one of the largest African-American owned companies in the Midwest, was awarded a special resolution by the City Council...