Hollingsworth says on Facebook ride was #KidsLivesMatter protest By Jessica D'Onofrio and ABC 7 Digital Team Chicago's so-called Dreadhead Cowboy Adam Hollingsworth is in police custody after police said he rode his horse on the Dan Ryan Expressway during the evening rush. Hollingsworth is facing several charges including reckless conduct, disobeying a...
City of Chicago Releases First-Ever Equitable Transit-Oriented Development Plan Crusader Staff Report The long-delayed Red Line Extension Project that aims to bring public transportation to low-income neighborhoods on the Far South Side, was not mentioned in the first ever Equitable Transit-Oriented Development Plan (eTOD) that was released on Monday, September 14. The...
Crusader Staff Report October 5 is the last day in Indiana to register to vote in the General Election. That deadline is just over two weeks away. To register to vote in Indiana, one must have a valid driver’s license or an Indiana State Identification card. Applicants must also be a...
The musician died after a fight with 'health challenges' By Nate Day, Fox News The news of her passing was shared on the group's official Facebook page, alongside a black-and-white headshot of the star beaming. "In loving memory, we are saddened to announce the passing of our sister, Pamela Rose Hutchinson, on...
By ABC7 News A group of Chicago musicians came together Saturday to organize a peace walk on the South Side. Rappers G Herbo, Vic Mensa, Joey Purp and Chance the Rapper were among the organizers for the event. The group said they wanted to do something positive for the community to...
By Nina Totenberg Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the demure firebrand who in her 80s became a legal, cultural and feminist icon, died Friday. The Supreme Court announced her death, saying the cause was complications from metastatic cancer of the pancreas. The court, in a statement, said Ginsburg died at her home...
The flat tax has exacerbated income inequality and worsened the racial wealth gap A new study finds that over the last 20 years, Illinois’ tax system has effectively sapped $4 billion more from Black and Hispanic communities than it would have under the Fair Tax, while also allowing the state’s...
By Chinta Strausberg Funeral arrangements are pending for Attorney Lawrence E. Kennon, 91, who died Saturday at the University of Chicago Hospital after suffering from a stroke he had last Thursday, September 10, his sister, Bernadine Kennon, confirmed late Monday night. Kennon was born on Chicago’s South Side to a family...
CARES Act, Chicago Funders Together to End Homelessness provide money By ABC 7 News Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot announces a major investment Friday in a program to help people who are homeless. It's $35 million to connect those individuals with rental subsidies and units. The city is asking landlords to open up empty...
By Crystal Hill, Yahoo News A Texas police officer was indicted this week in the death of a Black woman who was killed outside her apartment more than a year ago, an incident that drew national attention and left the victim’s family demanding answers. A Harris County grand jury returned an...