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Kenosha killer Kyle Rittenhouse has started a YouTube page one month after he started an online fundraiser getting few donations. Coincidence? The post Kenosha Killer Kyle Rittenhouse Becomes Pro-Gun YouTuber After His Online Fundraiser Flounders appeared first on NewsOne.

After the Saint Paul interim police chief gave remarks, Mingus took the opportunity to talk about the issues with policing. The post ‘We Keep Us Safe…Riots Work’: Minnesota Man Used Police Award Ceremony To Speak Out Against Them appeared first on NewsOne.

Chicago’s gun violence is slowly beginning to decrease. Shootings in Chicago were down 20% through the end of summer. The post Gun Violence In Chicago Drops Despite Republican Fearmongering On Crime appeared first on NewsOne.

The UndocuBlack Network questioned why Biden and Congress haven't done more to protect undocumented immigrants after a court ruled DACA is illegal. The post Black Immigration Group Calls Out Biden Administration After Court Rules DACA Is Illegal appeared first on NewsOne.

Here's how it works: the scammer creates a fake station or personality page, possibly even stealing logos and photos of real stations or personalities without Radio One's permission. The scammer then reaches out to aspiring artists via social media. 

The murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman remain unsolved 27 years later. The post O.J. Simpson Found Not Guilty In Murder Case On This Day In 1995 appeared first on NewsOne.

“Don’t trust the state” to fix the water crisis, Jackson Mayor Lumumba told residents. The post Jackson Can’t ‘Trust’ Mississippi To Fix Water Crisis, Mayor Says Amid Calls For Civil Rights Investigation appeared first on NewsOne.

The Nigeria Cultural Parade & Festival -  Saturday, October 1, 2022, in Downtown Houston at Root Memorial Square, 1400 Clay Street. The parade starts at 10:00 AM and if you can't make it down, don't worry, we'll be offering a LIVE STREAM of the event.

Black people have for years been leading the chorus of criticism about Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who literally "ran" away from doing his job when being served a subpoena. The post Black People Tried To Warn Texas About Ken Paxton appeared first on NewsOne.

It was truly a night to remember for The City of Houston.