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The company claims their email system was hacked by a former disgruntled employee. A Black Missouri women claims she wasn’t hired for a job because her name was too “ghetto” for the company’s liking. According to the St. Louis Dispatch, Hermeisha Robinson applied for a customer service position for Mantality Health, a clinic that treats men with […]

UPDATE 2/13 10:0O AM: Three Missouri Applebee’s workers who falsely accused two Black customers of stealing have been terminated according to a press release obtained by HelloBeautiful. “We recognize the hurt and pain caused by the recent incident at an Applebee’s restaurant in Independence, Mo. We very much regret this occurred and sincerely apologize to […]

In August, the Missouri NAACP issued its first statewide travel advisory to people of color, warning of state-backed racial discrimination. A judge’s ruling that lets a White former St. Louis cop off the hook for killing a Black suspect adds credence to that warning. St. Louis Circuit Judge Timothy Wilson, in a bench trial, found former officer Jason Stockleynot […]

St. Louis Schools plan to draw down its long-running school desegregation program. Observers say the program achieved integration, but mixed academic results.

As drug abuse allegations continue to swirl around Prince’s death, those close to the legendary singer are speaking out. According to bodyguard Chris “Romeo” Gaither, the artist never had an issue with drugs. “I was Prince’s bodyguard up until the day he died,” said Gaither outside of an invite-only memorial service for the singer in Minnesota. […]

The tentative agreement must be approved by the city council.   Officials in Ferguson, Missouri and the Department of Justice announced a tentative deal on Wednesday to overhaul the city’s embattled police force in an effort to avoid a costly court battle, reports USA Today. The deal stems from systemic failures brought to light by the death […]

In a 40-page report released this week, St. Louis Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce said prosecutors "determined a criminal violation against either officer could not be proven beyond a reasonable doubt" in the death of 25-year-old Kajieme Powell.

NewsOne’s Top 5 gives you a quick rundown of the viral stories we’re talking about today. REPORT: Nearly 1,000 Cops Nationwide See Licenses Revoked Over…

A $2,000 reward is being offered for anyone who information that leads to an arrest of the person or people behind fires that have been set…

One of the most well-known photos of the Ferguson protests of 2014 featured Edward Crawford, the dreadlocked man holding a bag potato chips while flinging…

Peggy Hubbard, a black grandmother who grew up near Ferguson, Missouri, went on a rant against the Black Lives Matter movement that has now been seen by at least 7 million people. Hubbard was apparently set off by events in Ferguson in which Mansur Ball-Bey, a young black man, was killed by police and, in a […]

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Following unrest in Ferguson, St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger in a statement announced a state of emergency Monday afternoon.