Once again, a white person in America has chosen not to mind their own business and take matters into their pasty hands. A white woman who blocked a Black man from an apartment building in St. Louis has now lost her job on the back of her unnecessary resident management skills.
Across St. Louis, Mo., a series of fires at Black churches have people in the region asking questions and raising concerns that these buildings are under attack. Over the past 11 days, five Black churches have reported blazes.
Police in are investigating the shooting death of a 16-year-old suspected home intruder in St. Louis County. The teen was shot to death Thursday (Sept. 3) afternoon by an 11-year-old boy who had a gun in his possession, and was home with his 4-year-old sister.
At a city hall meeting in St. Louis, Mo. to discuss the creation of a police oversight board, a representative of the St. Louis Police officer’s union allegedly sparked a brawl. Jeff Roorda, a state congressman who also works as the union’s business manager, reportedly shoved a woman while going to confront St. Louis Alderman […]
The STL Cops probably edge the NYPD as the most hated law enforcement in the nation on most days. Their St. Louis County counterparts have done the stigma no favors after they mistakenly–and admittingly–give a 22-year-old college student an assault he’ll never forget.
Members of the Congressional Black Caucus showed solidarity with the family and supporters of slain Ferguson, Mo. teen Michael “Mike” Brown on the House floor on Monday. Four members used the “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” gesture, and voiced support for the St. Louis Rams players who also performed the gesture during a game.
A July police brutality case in St. Louis is receiving more attention now, for obvious reasons in Ferguson.
Darren Wilson, the Ferguson, Mo. police officer who shot and killed Black teenager Michael “Mike” Brown, is awaiting a grand jury decision to decide his fate. Rumors are swirling about that Wilson will retire from the force if he is not indicted in a bid to squash potential unrest.
As the entire nation braces for the verdict in the trial of Officer Darren Wilson regarding the shooting death of teenager Michael “Mike” Brown, the state is preparing for the worst. Gov. Jay Nixon has declared a State of Emergency in Missouri, adding to the already tense environment in Ferguson and abroad.
The father of slain Missouri teenager Michael Brown Jr. traveled to Geneva with family and a legal team to seek justice in his son’s killing in Ferguson. The group traveled to the United Nations and addressed a committee in hopes that some traction can be gained in the explosive case.