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Amara Enyia becomes 11th candidate for Chicago Mayor

Crusader Staff Report Amara Enyia, a West Side lawyer and activist has entered the race for mayor of Chicago, becoming the 11th candidate to challenge...

Public indoor track facility at Gately Park

Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Chicago Park District General Superintendent Michael Kelly joined After School Matters, Exelon Corporation, local and state officials and community members...

Campaigning or just another parade?

By Erick Johnson, Chicago Crusader There was the big Greyhound bus and float for Democratic gubernatorial candidate JB Pritzker. Then, there was Cook County Clerk...

Police union vows to sue over consent decree

Crusader Staff Report The leader of the Chicago police union vows to sue to block the approval of a consent decree that seeks to implement...

A Crusader Exclusive

By Erick Johnson, Chicago Crusader It’s quiet in the office of the highest-ranking cop in Chicago. WGN’s late-morning newscast is showing on a 35-inch flat...

Supt. Johnson, mayor continue to draw criticism after fatal shooting

Crusader Staff Report The fatal police shooting of a Black man in South Shore during the weekend set off a new wave of anger in...

Mayor Emanuel, CTA announce coming multi-million dollar investment at King Drive...

On Monday June 25 Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) announced that the CTA will make $6 million in improvements at...

Kennedy accuses mayor of pushing out Blacks

Crusader staff report Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Chris Kennedy is accusing Mayor Rahm Emanuel of “leading a strategic gentrification plan” that aims to push out Blacks...

Apostolic Faith Church “Crosses Over” to New Bronzeville Complex

The pastor of Apostolic Faith Church, Bishop Horace E. Smith, M.D., his wife, Susan Davenport Smith, and their family were joined by thousands of...

Austin defends mayor in Laquan McDonald case

By Keith Chambers and City Editor Erick Johnson The word is out on Ald. Carrie Austin (34th). Two years after many of Chicago’s Black aldermen stood...