Missouri

A love offering was made to Tia Coleman who lost nine family members after a boat capsized in a Missouri lake.

One of the survivors, Tia Coleman, lost her husband, children and parents after the captain told the passengers they didn't need to put on life jackets.

The woman's Facebook post went viral over the weekend after she posted a video of her uncomfortable encounter.

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens granted a stay in light of new DNA evidence.

Webster University says that all parties involved agreed to not go forward with the Black History Month lecture.

Zackary Craft appeared in “Before This Bomb Blows Up (Racism Goes Both Ways)” wearing his work uniform and carrying “Cops Lives Matter” sign.

Head's statement on Facebook was so well received that it has now been shared almost 1,200 times.

A historic win has led to a typical display of disrespect in the small town of Parma, Missouri. On Tuesday, former city clerk Tyus Byrd…

Three teens, Dominic “Nick” McDaniel, 18, Issac M. “Malik” Carter and Ce-Antonyo D. Kennedy, both 17, have been charged with first-degree murder and armed criminal action for the alleged brutal beating and shooting death of the 14-year-old Alexis Kane. According to reports, Alexis’ body was found outside The Bay Waterpark in Kansas City on Jan. […]

Less than four miles from where Michael Brown was fatally shot by police in Ferguson, another Black man has been shot and killed at the hands of an officer. Kajieme Powell, 25,  was slain in St. Louis, Missouri on August 19 after police responded to a call that he had stolen snacks from a local convenience store.. […]

Not every cop in Missouri has the desire to shoot to kill Black people. One particular cop, Officer Huth, in Kansas City, Missouri has started going viral for the above snapshot of him holding a little Autistic boy who was found wandering the streets alone around 1 a.m., wearing only a diaper and socks. MUST […]

The unwarranted slaying of Ferguson, Missouri teen Michael Brown has caused plenty of citizens to fight for justice and musicians J. Cole and Elle Varner are getting in on the action. North Carolina rapper J. Cole, with a heavy heart, pleads for the police to find value in black life on the song “Be Free.” […]