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County Police: No Arrests, No Violence in Ferguson Tuesday

It was the second night in a row there were no shootings, injuries or property damaged in Ferguson.


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After 2 Nights of Tension, a Peaceful Protest in Ferguson

Tuesday night’s crowd of around 100 demonstrators was mostly calm and peaceful.


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Wanted: More Women to Serve on City Boards and Commissions

“Our research on civic engagement shows that while women have the drive and desire to serve on a board or commission, many feel they do not have the knowledge or experience to do so.”



Missouri Congresswoman; Did She or Didn’t She? You Decide

The debate is taking over social media after a Vine of Ann Wagner was found and shared by the Huffington Post.


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Mizanskey Officially Paroled From Pot-Related Life Sentence

Both Mizanskey and his son were surprised the board turned a decision so quickly.


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St. Louis Co. Exec. Issues State of Emergency

“In light of last night’s violence and unrest in the City of Ferguson, and the potential for harm to persons and property, I am exercising my authority as county executive to issue a state of emergency, effective immediately.”


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St. Louis Archdiocese Creates Peace and Justice Commission

The commission has nine women and 18 men, it will represent eleven counties of the Archdiocese.


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Missouri Passes in Zero Categories of Cancer Prevention Study

Fewer than half of U.S. states passed three or more of the nine categories.


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St. Louis County NAACP Focused to Improve Our Future

The NAACP will announce today a program to support children in St. Louis Family Courts.


Members of the Ferguson Police Department wear body cameras during a rally August 30, 2014, in Ferguson, Missouri.  (Photo by Aaron P. Bernstein/Getty Images)

Legislative Reforms Lagging a Year After Michael Brown’s Death

The Wall Street Journal reports that other than a few successful bills on body cameras for police officers, most other measures have failed or stalled amid opposition from police unions and prosecutors.


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Gov. Nixon’s 2015 State of the State Address

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon implored lawmakers to embrace policies that “foster healing and hope” Wednesday as he delivered his first State of the State address since the unrest that erupted over the fatal police shooting of a black 18-year-old in Ferguson.

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