Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt says investigators with his office who reviewed the case found "there is not enough evidence to prove first or second degree murder charges in this case." The release also says other charges cannot be filed because the statute of limitations has expired.
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The McCracken County Fiscal Court voted Monday night to create it the fundraiser page.
Kentucky’s attorney general has formed a task force to study the search warrant process nearly a year after the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor.
Conversations are erupting after the breach at the U.S. Capitol Wednesday. One of them includes a discussion of a double standard in how capitol police handled the siege. Click "read more" to see what the community and educational leaders have to say about the breach.
Social justice organizations like chapters of the NAACP have taken to the internet to express their anger with police at the Capitol.
Shively will be required to undergo racial sensitivity training and open dialogue with the community.
"To our students, employees, parents or guardians, the board of education and our community, I must stress that I accept full responsibility for how my horrible and racially insensitive decision to wear blackface has affected and impacted the community at large, especially the students of Paducah Public Schools," Shively said.
The local NAACP chapter first began calling for Shively's resignation in October, after a photo of him in blackface — which Shively has said was taken in 2002 — surfaced online.
Paducah-McCracken County NAACP President J.W. Cleary confirmed Coleman's death to Local 6 in a phone call Friday night.
Another Change.org petition has been created regarding Paducah Public Schools Superintendent Donald Shively — this time, in support of him.