For 17 years Richard Anthony Jones insisted he was falsely imprisoned man but no one believed him.
Earlier this year, Ruby Hamad wrote an article that struck a nerve. “How white women use strategic tears to silence women of colour,” published by the Guardian, delved into the ways white women weaponized their emotions against their women of color counterparts when they aired legitimate grievances.
A Kansas City security guard and former police officer is on administrative leave after allegedly walking into a bar and ordering a “Trayvon Martini” from a black bartender.
Warning: This story is not about America’s criminal-justice system.
Kansas City, Mo., police are investigating after shooting threats were made against Northeast High School students—specifically, its black students.
On Monday, Nov. 13, 2013, a man called 911 and said he was the victim of a carjacking. The caller said a black woman he didn’t know asked him for a ride, and when he let her in, a black man jumped in with her, pointed a gun at him, stole his 2003 Toyota RAV4 and put him out.
I don’t know what’s more incredible—that a Kansas City, Kan., man spent 16 years in prison for a botched purse snatching or that someone was sentenced to 19 years for attempting to snatch a pocketbook.
An Independence, Mo., man is facing multiple charges after being accused of opening fire on a couple in another car during a road rage incident, killing a 19-year-old father-to-be and injuring his pregnant girlfriend as the couple were on their way home from a sonogram appointment.
A former Kansas bail bondsman was sentenced to life in prison Monday for the murder of his 7-year-old son, who, law enforcement say, was subject to abuse and starvation before his remains were fed to pigs on the family’s rental property.
We all know that in life, catastrophe can and will happen. Things that run will stop working; people you love won’t live forever, and all the Kardashians will. But if only there were an average person to show us the way. Just a regular Joe walking among us and living in, say, Kansas City, Mo.
On Sunday, the NFL's opening day saw several protests around the league. Seattle Seahawks players locked arms during the playing of the national anthem; Kansas City cornerback Marcus Peters raised a black-gloved fist; and some Miami Dolphins players knelt during "The Star Spangled Banner" and placed their hands over…
A 20-year-old suspect in the shooting death of Kansas City, Kan., Police Capt. Robert Melton has been charged with capital murder and is facing a possible death sentence if convicted in the case, the Kansas City Star reports.