Rev. Al Sharpton To Eulogize Jacksonville Dollar Store Shooting Victim At Funeral

The funeral for Angela Michelle Carr will be held on September 8 at the Bethel Baptist Church in Jacksonville,Fla.

Black FedEx Driver Fired A Year After He Says White Men Attacked Him

D’Monterrio Gibson said that he was terminated in an email sent by the company after refusing a part-time position.

Mistrial Declared in Trial of Two White Mississippi Men Who Shot at Black FedEx Driver

Brandon Case and his father Gregory Charles Case were charged with attempted first-degree murder for shooting into the vehicle driven by D’Monterrio Gibson in January 2022.

Records Show 6-Year-Old Boy Who Shot Teacher Said 'I Shot That B---- Dead'

The child reportedly shot Abigail Zwerner, a first-grade teacher in her classroom on January 6.

Tory Lanez Says He “Still Cared” For Megan Thee Stallion and Called Her “Friend” In Court Before Judge Struck Down 10 Year Sentence

“I take full responsibility”, said the rapper.

Ralph Yarl, Teen Who Was Shot In Kansas City Incident, Speaks Out

Yarl was shot in the head and arm by Andrew Lester after he went to the wrong address to pick up his siblings.

Charges Dropped Against Chicago Mother Whose Son Shot Man Who Assaulted Her

Carlishia Hood and her 14-year-old were both changed with the murder of Jeremy Brown who punched her several times in the face.

Mother Demands Murder Trial Of Store Station Owner's Son Who 'Initiated' Chase Of Black Teen Shot In Back

Rich Chow has been charged with murder but his son Andy has not been charged.

After Monthslong Search, Suspect Arrested In Slaying Of New Jersey Councilwoman

Eunice Dwumfour was shot to death outside her home on Feb. 1, not long after she had been elected.

Kansas City Teen Who Was Shot After Knocking On Wrong Door Walks At Brain Injury Event

: Watch Ralph Yarl, Victim Of Wrong Door Shooting, Walk At Brain Injury Event

BET Special Report: Are Gun Buyback Programs An Effective Response To Violent Crime? Some Say Yes, Others Are Critical

Law enforcement officials see them as part of their violent crime fighting efforts, but researchers and scholars feel they aren’t making the kind of impact that will ultimately save lives.