Pa. State Police To Pay $2 Million Into Compensation Fund And Alter Fitness Standards That Kept Women OutA settlement between the Pennsylvania State Police and the U.S. Department of Justice will change the fitness standards for troopers.
Ohio University Names Student Lounges After Slain ActivistsMiami University in Ohio honored three slain Civil Rights activists by renaming student lounges in residence halls near where they trained during the Freedom Summer in 1964.
Federal Lawsuit Filed Against Churchill Borough, Officer For Alleged Civil Rights ViolationsTwo local law firms have filed a federal lawsuit against Churchill Borough and a police officer for alleged civil rights violations.
B-PEP Calls For 'Concrete Action' After Recent University Of Pittsburgh Research ProjectThe Black Political Empowerment Project responded to a recent University of Pittsburgh research project.
Ohio Man Settles $225,000 Lawsuit After Burning An American FlagAn attorney for a man arrested at the 2016 Republican National Convention while burning an American flag says Cleveland has agreed to pay his client $225,000 to settle a federal civil rights lawsuit.
New Report Shows Anti-Semitic Assaults In The U.S. Doubled In 2018A Jewish civil rights group says anti-Semitic attacks in the U.S. remained near a record-high level last year, partially fueled by a sharp increase in physical assaults.
Mother Of The Civil Rights Movement In Pittsburgh Honored With Key To CityA woman has been honored with a key to the City of Pittsburgh for the very first time.
Lawsuit Filed By 5 Woodland Hills Students SettledA lawsuit, filed by five Woodland Hills School District students, has been settled.
Pittsburgh To Pay $5.5 Million In Lawsuit Over Police ShootingThe city of Pittsburgh has agreed to pay $5.5 million to resolve a federal lawsuit filed by a black man paralyzed when he was shot by a police officer during a traffic stop.
Trump Draws Protests While Honoring Civil Rights HeroesPresident Donald Trump has honored figures of civil rights movement, some famous, some not.
Ex-Officer Wants Freedom While Appealing ConvictionA former Pittsburgh police sergeant convicted of violating the civil rights of a drunken teenager in an assault at a high school football game is asking to stay out of jail during his appeal.
Leon Ford's Lawyer Gives Closing Arguments, Says Officers 'Terrorized' Then Paralyzed His ClientAn attorney for a black man shot by one of three white Pittsburgh police officers involved in a 2012 traffic stop presented closing arguments today in court.
Trial Into Police Shooting Is One Of 'Perspective,' Lawyers SayAttorneys defending the police officers who shot Leon Ford and paralyzed him during a traffic stop say the trial is one of perspective.
Grad’s Commencement Speech Censored Over Prayer, Family May File LawsuitControversy is brewing over the remarks a recent graduate of Beaver High School planned to deliver to her classmates at their commencement ceremony.
Civil Rights Attorney Shows Surveillance Video Of Alleged Woodland Hills Incidents, Plans To File SuitThe lawyer representing two students allegedly threatened and attacked in the Woodland Hills School District released new video Tuesday of a third alleged incident.