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.
Racism Allegations Could Prompt New Trial In Jordan Miles CaseA young black man is appealing a federal verdict that said that three white Pittsburgh police officers wrongly arrested him in 2010 but did not use excessive force, and also wants authorities to reopen their investigation, citing alleged racial bias by police.
Pennsylvania College Expels 3 For Racist Radio BroadcastA private Pennsylvania college says it has expelled three students over a school radio broadcast in which they made racist comments and used a slur.
50 Years Later, Reporter Recalls Covering March That Changed U.S. HistoryFifty years ago, thousands of marchers were about to enter Montgomery, Alabama, the state capital, in a march from Selma in a movement to secure voting rights that would change history.
Local "Friendship Nine" Protestor Reacts To Judge Tossing Out Civil Rights-Era ConvictionsThomas Gaither, now a retired Slippery Rock University professor, was once a member of the so-called “Friendship Nine.”
Police Chief McLay Speaks Out After Controversy Over SignIn his first television comments since the local Fraternal Order of Police criticized his holding a protester’s sign, Pittsburgh Police Chief Cameron McLay took the blame for a misunderstanding.
Carrick Residents Upset After KKK Recruiting Signs Are Left On Parked VehiclesIt's happened few times over the past several months.
Ferguson, Mo.: Phasing Out Black Communities?Jim Loewen, author of the book "Sundown Towns: A Hidden Dimension of American Racism" weighed in on the situation in Ferguson, Mo.
Pittsburgh Basketball Round Table Discusses Donald Sterling IssueOn the Chris Moore Show this past Sunday, there was a roundtable discussion about the controversy surrounding the NBA and Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling.
Son Of Former Boston Celtics Player And Duquesne Grad Speaks Out After Sterling ScandalPittsburgh native Charles Cooper was one of the first African Americans to break the NBA color barrier when he was drafted by the Boston Celtics in 1950, after he graduated from Duquesne University.
Steelers Weigh In On Controversy Surrounding Clippers OwnerThe NBA has banned Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling for life.
Former Trainer Files Lawsuit Against Gym, Claims Boss Made Racial SlursA former personal trainer at a local gym is filing a lawsuit.