St. Louis Post-Dispatch Faces Discrimination Lawsuit"Mr. Pulitzer I believe ... would say that this is wrong," Magee says. "That these hard working black men should be paid $15 an hour, same as the white guys."
Transgender Woman Files Complaint Against Iowa HotelTaylor, a black transgender woman from the St. Louis area whose legal name is Derez Flowers, says staff at the Drury Inn & Suites in West Des Moines discriminated against her and another transgender woman in July.
Court Rules Missouri Law Denies Gays Employment ProtectionA Missouri appeals court has ruled that a man who claims he was fired because he's gay can't sue his former employer for discrimination.
Student Accused of Hate Crime Pleads Guilty to Lesser ChargeA University of Missouri student accused of a hate crime has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor.
Assistant Professor Files Lawsuit Against Emporia StateAn assistant professor who has been embroiled in controversy with Emporia State University for months over allegations of racial discrimination has filed a federal lawsuit.
Emporia State Investigation Finds No Evidence of Hate CrimeEmporia State University says an investigation has found no evidence to support hate crime or discrimination allegations made by a black couple while they were working for the eastern Kansas school.
VIDEO: Family Denied Discount Because Mom Doesn't Speak EnglishA Hispanic man says he and his family experienced racism after visiting a store in Missouri.
Ex Illini Women's Basketball Players Sue School, CoachSeven claim civil rights were violated
Ferguson Hires Lawyer to Negotiate with DOJFerguson released only a brief statement confirming it has hired prominent Illinois attorney Daniel K. Webb to negotiate with the Justice Department on the consent decree.
House Bill Could Force Proof in Wrongful TerminationA fired employee would have to prove discrimination was a motivating factor instead of a contributing factor in wrongful termination.
Springfield Voters Overturn Anti-Discrimination OrdinanceVoters in Springfield, Missouri, have voted to repeal an ordinance that provided protection against discrimination in housing and hiring based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
DOJ Releases Ferguson Report, Finds Focus on Revenue Over SafetyThe U.S. Department of Justice has released the findings of its investigation into Ferguson government, including the police department, confirming a pattern of racial discrimination.