Some University of Missouri students want campus hate speech punished

After racial slurs were reportedly hurled at black students Tuesday at the University of Missouri, students are praising the school’s quick action and also asking that hate speech be punished. “If this university is going say that discrimination and racist speech is not going to be tolerated, then there needs to be consequence attached to that,” said student body president Sean Earl.

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Ryan Stokes family wants answers about his fatal shooting by KC police

A prayer vigil and press conference for Ryan Stokes was held on Wednesday at the corner of 12th and McGee streets in downtown Kansas City where Stokes was fatally shot by police in 2013. The Southern Christian Leadership Conference of Greater Kansas City has asked the U.S. attorney general's office and the FBI to investigate the shooting.
Allison Long The Kansas City Star
Ryan Stokes family wants answers about his fatal shooting by KC police 3:17

Ryan Stokes family wants answers about his fatal shooting by KC police

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After being eliminated, Ned Yost talks Vargas, Royals' 2016 season

Interim MU Chancellor Hank Foley responds to new report of racial slurs 2:05

Interim MU Chancellor Hank Foley responds to new report of racial slurs

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Election Rewind: FLOTUS calls for an 'adult' in the White House, Trump compares Clinton team to the mob