First Black St. Louis Rodeo Comes to Town This WeekendThe Southern Rodeo Association Black Rodeo is coming to St. Louis on May 6 at the Chaifetz Arena.
Polls: Lyda Krewson Holds Lead in St. Louis Mayoral RaceThe Missouri Times poll also found crime is at the top of city voter's minds as they select Mayor Slay's replacement.
Parents, Students Go Before School Board for 'Blackface' IncidentDozens of parents and students in the Kirkwood School District went before the school board Monday to express concern about the district's reaction to a student who appeared in blackface.
Fed. Judge Rules Board Member Election Process for Ferguson-Florissant District BiasedA federal judge has ruled that the process of electing board members for the Ferguson-Florissant School District is biased against black voters and must be revised before another election occurs.
2 US Swimmers Forge Historic Olympic NightSimone Manuel became the first African-American to win an individual swimming gold and Phelps broke a 2,000-year-old record.
Imposter Twitter Account Calls For Dotson's ResignationA press release sent from the account gives the appearance it's with the Ethical Society of Police.
St. Louis New Circuit Attorney Changes National TrendIn 2015, 95 percent of elected prosecutors in the U.S. were white, but St. Louis has just elected Kim Gardner.
St. Louis Desegregation Program Drawing to a CloseIt has allowed more than 60,000 black students in St. Louis to attend suburban schools during the last several decades.
Report: Black Missouri Drivers Still Get Stopped More OftenFurthermore, police continue to arrest and search black and Hispanic drivers at rates ``significantly higher than white drivers, even though white drivers are more frequently found to have contraband,'' according to Koster's analysis.
Man Pleads Guilty to Making Online Threats Toward MizzouSentencing is set for June 16.
Family Claims St. Louis Police Pointed Guns At KidsA family member says the car was pulled over for no reason other than possible eye contact with a passing officer.
Student Research May Rewrite Jasper County Civil War HistoryDukes says his research shows white Union soldiers with the 2nd Kansas Volunteer Artillery Battery did not abandon black Union soldiers of the 1st Kansas Colored unit when they were ambushed on the farm by 70 men led by Confederate guerrilla leader Thomas Livingston, as was previously believed.