Charges Possible Over Video Of Black Student Eating ChickenA teenager accused of producing a racist video of a black classmate eating chicken and posting it online could face criminal charges, a prosecutor said Wednesday.
Group Working to Help Missouri Parents Address TraumaThe forum's participants will get a bus tour of Ferguson and St. Louis to understand the region's tension and challenges regarding inequity.
Protests Target Racism, Debt at Southern Illinois UniversityUniversity and Carbondale police reported no arrests by Monday afternoon as participants chanted in a courtyard in the center of campus.
Police Chief Forced to Reinstate Lieutenant Accused of RacismPatrick Hayes reportedly used racially charged language during roll call and ordered officers to closely monitor black people in areas of south county.
Police Commander Accused of Racism Wants Job BackThe board met in closed session for hours Monday. A KMOX reporter going through the metal detectors was told reporters were "not allowed" in the building Monday because of the hearing.
Mo. Lawmaker Limits Univ. Budget Over Campus ProtestsThe plan includes a 2 percent increase for state colleges and universities, except for the four-campus University of Missouri system, the Columbia Daily Tribune reported.
KMOX Voice of Caring Partner: St. Louis Reconciliation NetworkHelping bridge the region's racial gap.
Report: 'White Student Union' Pages Appearing On FacebookMore than 30 “White Student Union” pages have recently sprung up over the last several days on Facebook, pages that affiliate themselves with various universities around the nation.
Diversity Training will be Required for Mizzou FreshmenThe university made the announcement Thursday, days after a student was removed from the Columbia campus for shouting racial slurs at a black student group practicing for homecoming.
Bookstore Co-Owner Defends Decision to Display 'Black Lives Matter' SignsThe co-owner of Left Bank Books has publicly responded to an anonymous letter the independent bookstore received in response to its window display commemorating the first anniversary of the death of Michael Brown.
Missouri Town, New Mayor Grapple with Mass ResignationsSeveral residents of a tiny southeast Missouri town said Monday they don't believe the abrupt resignations of five of six members of the police force after the longtime mayor, a white man, lost to a black woman have anything to do with racism.
Lt. Gov. Kinder Blames Feds for 'Incitement of the Mob' in Ferguson"There is more racism in the Justice Department than there is in anywhere I see in the St. Louis area," Kinder said.