St. Louis

Statistics may not be as reliable as we think, especially when it comes to homicides and police killings in America. A report by The Wall Street Journal revealed hundreds of homicides, some of them involving police officers shooting individuals, aren’t reported by the FBI. An estimated total of 550 homicides from 2007 to 2012 went unreported to the […]

So this is happening. St. Louis Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch may have spent nearly an hour defending Ferguson, Mo. officer Darren Wilson during the night-time announcement not to indict the man who shot Michael Brown, but another man is being blamed for inciting the riots that occurred shortly after. Police said Tuesday that remarks made […]

Following Sunday night football’s “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot,” silent demonstration in support of Ferguson protesters demanding justice for Michael Brown Jr., the St. Louis Police Officers Association called for the punishment and an apology from the St. Louis Ram players who participated. And they got it. Well, according to St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar. Hours after Rams coach Jeff […]

A third teenager has turned himself into police in connection with the death of 32-year-old Bosnian immigrant Zemir Begic, who was beat with hammers on Sunday night in St. Louis. KMOV reports the incident took place at the 4200 block of Itaska St. Sunday night around 1:00 a.m., when four teens came up to Begic’s car and […]

After weeks of emotional heartbreak and empowering protests, activists from around the country are standing together once again for the many victims of police violence with the #HandsUp Walk-Out. The Ferguson Action Group announced the walk-out will be held today (December 1) at 1 p.m. EST. The group is urging people to continue their passion and determination for resolution against […]

Police in St. Louis can’t stop adding insult to injury when it comes to the shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown Jr. and the decision not to charge Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson in his death. Before hitting the NFL field for pre-game introductions Sunday, five St. Louis Rams players stood side-by-side with their hands […]

The holiday shopping season is set to kick off in full swing this weekend and retailers across the nation are expecting to cash in on…

  Turmoil has been rising since the announcement of the Michael Brown verdict on Sunday evening. The Gateway Arch in St. Louis has allegedly become a target of two men, who were also accused of having a murder plot against the prosecuting attorney Robert McCulloch and the Chief of Police in Ferguson Tom Jackson. Both men […]

In the wake of the Ferguson grand jury decision, areas in the St. Louis suburb have been destroyed by protesters who have torched cars and…

Watch NewsOne‘s live coverage from St.Louis’ Shaw Neighborhood as the community reacts to the Ferguson grand jury decision announcement in the Michael Brown shooting case. Live…

Watch NewsOne‘s live coverage from the Clayton County, Mo. courthouse, via Argus Streaming News, of the Ferguson grand jury decision announcement in the Michael Brown…

The death of unarmed teen Michael Brown has inspired many people to stand up against social injustice, including two young men who launched the journey of a lifetime — a trip from Atlanta to Ferguson, Mo. using nothing but their feet. For twenty days, Londrelle Hall, 28, and Ray Mills, 29, ran through five states under brutal weather […]