Man Gets 6 Years for Break-In, Looting in Ferguson UnrestA spokesman for St. Louis County prosecutor Bob McCulloch says the sentence was enhanced because Henry was a persistent offender.
Thousands in Reward Money Waits to be Claimed, Still No Arrests for Ferguson ArsonThe tips line has been busy, but no information leading to an arrest has panned out.
Man Accused of Throwing Brick at Police During ProtestA St. Louis man is facing felony assault charges for allegedly throwing the brick that struck a police officer during a Ferguson protest.
Digging for History at Site of Burned-Out BoutiqueMissouri History Museum collects artifacts from Dellwood business destroyed in Ferguson unrest.
Youth-Advocacy Group Will Track Dollars Pledged to FergusonJamala Rogers with Advocates for Youth says they don't want organizations getting the money to waste it on administrative costs, when it's supposed to go toward job training, employment opportunities and education.
WATCH: Mickey's Shop & Gas Station Looting Surveillance FootageSurveillance video shows inside Mickey's Shop & Gas Station as it is looted by seven individuals after it was announced that then-Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson would not be indicted for the shooting death of Michael Brown.
Potential Federal Civil Rights Decision Leaves Ferguson Business Owners on EdgeEven though the last couple of nights have been quiet on the streets of North County, there are renewed worries about the possibility of rioting and unrest after news that Darren Wilson is unlikely to face charges for violating the civil rights of Michael Brown.
Red's BBQ in Ferguson Will Not Reopen"Given all of the circumstances, Red's has decided that it is closing its business and unfortunately will not be reopening," says attorney Jay Kanzler.
Top 10 Most-Viewed St. Louis News Stories of 2014As 2014 winds down, KMOX.com recaps the 10 most-viewed local news stories of the year.
Ferguson Mayor Speaks on West Florissant Rebuild, RevampKnowles hopes businesses on West Florissant begin cleaning up soon, but he says many are waiting on insurance companies, and some of the sites are sorting out environmental issues.
REPORT: Illinois Police Spent $120K After FergusonIllinois police departments in suburban St. Louis spent about $120,000 on overtime and riot protection gear in preparation for possible unrest stemming from events in Ferguson, law enforcement records show.
Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign Plays Catch-UpThe Salvation Army reports an uptick in its red kettle donations after a dramatic drop off earlier this season blamed on social unrest.

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