Friday, March 5, 2021

Chicago Speed Cameras To Start Issuing $35 Tickets To Drivers Going...

By Marissa Parra, CBS 2 The grace period is nearly over for Chicago drivers. Starting on Monday, if one of the city’s speed cameras catches...

Black McDonald’s Operators Back to Feed Chicago Essential Workers, First Responders,...

BMOA to giveaway over 10,000 new Crispy Chicken Sandwiches to community WHAT: McDonald’s is bringing new additions to their menu with three, all-new Crispy Chicken...

‘A Brixton Tale’ follows same formula of Black man following white...

By Elaine Hegwood Bowen, M.S.J. A voyeuristic, wealthy vlogger finds herself drawn to a handsome, shy youth from the infamous Barrier Block housing project, in...

Officials announce federal vaccination site at Chicago’s United Center

No plans for similar site for downstate population By GRACE BARBIC Capitol News Illinois gbarbic@capitolnewsillinois.com State and federal officials on Friday announced a new federal mass COVID-19...

The Anjanette Young Ordinance introduced by Black Alderwomen

At a press conference on February 24, 2021, the  Black women of the Progressive Caucus of Chicago City Council announced their introduction of the...

Fighting Illini earn 94-63 blowout victory over Minnesota

By Joseph Phillips, Crusader Sports Editor Now ranked fifth in the nation, the Fighting Illini improved to 16-5 on the season with a 94-63 blowout...

Bulls defeat Sacramento Kings 122-114 at United Center

By Joseph Phillips, Crusader Sports Editor The Chicago Bulls earned their thirteenth win of the season with a 122-114 victory over the Sacramento Kings on...

House passes Biden’s $1.9 trillion Covid relief package

By Clare Foran, Annie Grayer, Kristin Wilson and Lauren Fox, CNN The House of Representatives voted early Saturday morning to approve President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion...

Op-Ed: Why Independent Workers Want To Stay Independent

By: Larry Ivory, President and CEO at Illinois Black Chamber of Commerce; Jaime di Paolo, CEO of the Illinois Hispanic Chamber of Commerce To say...

“The Conscience of the Congress” Fifty Years & Going Strong

The HistoryMakers Fifty years ago, on January 4, 1971, the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) was officially formed by thirteen black members of the 92nd U.S. Congress....