Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Tag: st. louis

Judge Rules in Favor of Inmates Held...

About six months after a lawsuit was filed against the city of St. Louis, a judge has ruled that jails in the...

After Watching His Mother Get Fatally Shot,...

An 8-year-old boy's quick thinking likely saved the lives of he and his siblings after their mother was fatally shot during an attempted carjacking earlier this week.

St. Louis Grocer Threatens to Lock Shoppers...

https://www.facebook.com/derk.brown.5/videos/937579939737119/ Two St. Louis women were reportedly locked inside a neighborhood grocer after confronting the store's manager about several expired food items they found on...

Three Years After Mike Brown, Ferguson Can...

From top to bottom, America’s criminal justice system is truly in need of full reform — as proven by the millions of Americans currently...

Black St. Louis Leaders Call on Supporters...

Black faith leaders in St. Louis are calling for supporters for to boycott more than a dozen businesses, including Target and a local grocery...

St. Louis Residents On 19th Day Of...

The people of St. Louis continue to make their displeasure over the Jason Stockley verdict known by shutting down a local highway Tuesday, Oct....

Confederate Monument In St. Louis to be...

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Crews on Monday began dismantling a divisive Confederate monument in a sprawling park near downtown St. Louis after the...

Joy Reid Rips Apart Donald Trump’s Misinformed...

  On Sunday's edition of NBC's Meet The Press, MSNBC journalist Joy Reid tackles presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump's recent comments proclaiming that heavily Black populated...

Ferguson Teenage Protester Unfairly Sentenced To Eight...

Eight years for arson? Is that really justice? With supporters inside and outside of the courtroom cheering for him, none could suppress their outrage when...

Segregation at Core of Deeply Rooted Issues...

Two of the communities that were the sites of massive protests and riots following the death of Black citizens were two of the most...

Black People In Ferguson Prove They Want...

After the shooting death of unarmed teenager Michael Brown on their streets—leading to months of protests and a revealing Justice Department report that identified...

Is He Racist? Attorneys Claim St. Louis...

The family of 18-year-old VonDerrit Myers Jr. has revealed the identity of the officer who fatally shot Myers up to eight times while...

Missouri State Sen. Nasheed Released from Jail...

Missouri State Sen. Jamilah Nasheed walked out of jail Tuesday and told a gathering of reporters that her arrest Monday evening in Ferguson was...

How Racist Housing Policies, Media Framing Helped...

Thanks to the help of Missouri state officials, tensions in Ferguson are finally starting to subside; but deeply rooted systematic racism still continues to...

8-Year-Old Arrested, Handcuffed For Tantrum at School

A young Missouri special needs student was arrested and held in a police car for nearly two hours earlier this week, prompting criticism and...

Losing Coach Rick Majerus Hurts College Basketball

Rick Majerus, the rotund, ailing, gym-addicted college basketball coach whose fun-loving personality was infectious, died Saturday of heart failure in Los Angeles, where he...

Trina Ditches Her Fans At St. Louis...

A club in St. Louis was packed with party goers who had paid their money to see Trina perform, but as the night proceeded...