Rasheeda Williams, also known as Koko Da Doll, who starred in Sundance Film Festival doc Kokomo City, was fatally shot in Atlanta.

Andrew Lester, the man who shot Ralph Yarl, pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges of first-degree assault.

84-year-old Andrew Lester has been charged with first-degree assault in the shooting of Ralph.

On Monday, a grand jury decided not to indict the Akron police officers who shot and killed 25-year-old Jayland Walker.

Protesters gathered in Kansas City after 16-year-old Ralph Yarl was shot after he went to the wrong house to pick up his younger brothers.

Georgia NAACP chapters are calling on the GBI to investigate Mark Taylor for the racist coach making terroristic threats on videos. The post Georgia NAACP Branches Call On GBI To Investigate Racist Coach Mark Taylor For Making Teroristic Threats appeared first on NewsOne.

Larry Pearson was sentenced to 70 years in prison for two counts of harassment of a public servant for the misdemeanor crime of spitting at police officers in Lubbock, Texas. The post Outrage After Black Man Given 70-Year Prison Sentence For Misdemeanor Crime Of Spitting At Texas Cops appeared first on NewsOne.

After spending 33 years in prison for a crime he maintained he did not commit, Crosley Green was released from prison, only to be ordered back. The post Black Man Ordered To Return To Florida Prison He Spent 33 Years In For A Crime He Says He Didn’t Commit appeared first on NewsOne.

In a twist, conservatives are suggesting the U.S. "limit funding" - aka defund - the FBI and DOJ because of Donald Trump's criminal indictment in New York City. So much for the "party of law and order"... The post The Irony: After Trump Indictment, Republicans Want To Defund The FBI And DOJ appeared first on NewsOne.

Civil rights leaders suggested that Donald Trump's criminal indictment is the result of both karma and an outstanding district attorney. The indictment is also being used to renew calls to keep Trump off the ballot. The post ‘What Goes Around Comes Around’: Civil Right Leaders React To Trump’s Criminal Indictment appeared first on NewsOne.